The Capital of Sámi Culture
The parish village of Inari is the centre for Finland’s Sámi culture. Fed by the water of dozens of fell highlands, flowing into the western side of Lake Inarijärvi, is the so called mother of all rivers, the Juutuanjoki River, from which evidence of settlements have been found dating back over 8,000 years. It is in this district where you will find the Siida Sámi Museum and Nature Centre, which is a great place to start your exploration of Sámi culture and the nature of the region. In the Inari surroundings, the Sámi traditions thrive and blossom with handicrafts and reindeer husbandry. The mystical Sámi Ocean, Lake Inarijärvi, opens up in front of you in the village. Only a few of the thousands of islands lying in the pure water of the great lake have been named. Nevertheless, many islands, such as the old sacrificial island and the popular Ukonsaari Island, hold fascinating stories from days gone by.
Taxi- and bus, transport services, sightseeing in Norway and Finland and car moving services.
Angeli reindeer farm locades 10 km from Inari. Reindeer herder family offers Home Visits.
Arigato’s services include property hire and improvement, as well as commercial and property consultation.
Gift Shop Näkkäläjärvi is a “supermarket” for Lappish souvenirs and giftware.
Do you appreciate eco-spirituality, spontaneous, own peace, fresh lake view, fishing, warmth of the beach sauna and silence near the fireplace in the middle of the Laplands nature?
The legendary Hotel Inari is located in the heart of the Inari village, on the banks of the Inarijärvi Lake.
Find authentic Lapland in the small villages of Northern Finland and Northern Norway.
This legendary Saami family owned and run hotel is located in Inari Saami village, on a pristine spot next to River Juutua rapids.
Inari Hiking Area is located west of the village of Inari. The hiking area has numerous marked trails and hiking destinations.
Completed in 1951 using plans issued by the Construction Board in place of the former church that was destroyed during the war in 1940.
Inarin Taksipalvelu serves locals and travelers with three new and well equipped cars in Inari village.
Jewellery traditionally used in Lapland is hand-crafted in the Inarin Hopea silversmith shop.
Inarin Poropirtit - Anara Boazostobut in Sami - is situated 13 km from the village of Inari, on the road to Lemmenjoki and Kittilä.
K-Kuukkeli sijaitsee Inarin kirkonkylän keskustassa, helppo saavutettavuus tulitpa mistä ilmansuunnasta tahansa.
Matkailuopastusta Pohjois-Lapista Norjan Lofooteilta pitkin Pohjois-Kalottia aina Kuolan niemimaalle.
Inarin kylän länsipuolella ja Juutuanjoen pohjoispuolella kohoava legendaarinen Otsamotunturi (418 m) on suosittu retkeilykohde.
The management of the Pielpajärvi Wilderness Church is the responsibility of the Inari parish and the hiking structures in the destination are managed by Metsähallitus.
Located in the village of Menesjärvi in the area lying between the Hammastunturi wilderness and the Lemmenjoki National Park, 30 kilometres from Inari.
A food production facility in the Riutula district of Inari preparing high standard, handmade foodstuffs, such as berry sauces, juices, jellies and jams.
The founder and owner of Samekki, Petri Laiti, is known as the pioneer of Sámi handicrafts in Finland.
Sámi Cultural Centre Sajos is the largest congress and event building in northern Lapland.
Siida is home to the Sámi Museum, Northern Lapland Nature Centre and the Sarrit restaurant.
Ukonsaari, located in the western section of the Inarijärvi Lake, is one of Finland’s most valuable and renowned ancient remains.
Uruniemi Camping is located in a naturally picturesque setting in the village of Inari, on the shores of the Inarijärvi Lake.