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Lake Inari and the Northern Lights in Finnish Lapland
Winter in Finnish Lapland brings with it polar nights and the elusive aurora borealis. The village of Inari perched on the edge of the Lake Inari is the setting for a winter experience deep in Finnish Lapland. Lake Inari has been the lifeblood of the Sami people for many centuries. Between November and May the sacred islands can be reached on foot on top of the ice. You’ll also find herds of reindeer wandering the fells and forests surrounding the village. This trip can be tailor made to suit you and include winter activities. You’ll enjoy the comfort of a family run hotel in the village overlooking the River Juutua, home to the kyeli, or ‘white fish’ which features on the hotel’s locally-inspired menu. Your modern-furnished superior room includes a private sauna and balcony with river views.