SÁMILAND  VILLAGES – FOR ETERNAL FRIENDS OF LAPLAND

Sámiland is the home of thriving Sámi culture. For the traveller, it is like a string of pearls, something that everyone experiences differently, at their own pace. For many, Sámiland is the most beautiful place in the world; a place where, at long last, you can breathe freely and welcome tranquillity within. Sámiland is widespread and wild. It is the land of sparkling waters, glistening stars, fell highlands, untouched wilderness and the Northern Lights. Sámiland cherishes hospitality. Sámiland is the place for eternal friends of Lapland.

Lake Inarijärvi

Lake Inarijärvi is the third largest lake in Finland and the largest lake in Sápmi. It is located in the northern part of Lapland.  The most well known islands of the lake are Hautuumaasaari Island,  which served as a cemetery of ancient Sami people and Ukonsaari Island), a historical sacrifice place of the ancient inhabitants of the area. There are over 3,000 islands in total. Trout, lake salmon, white fish, perch and pike are found in Lake Inarijärvi’s waters.

Toteutus: Iggo Oy