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Destination in detail
The quaint village of Inari in Northern Finmark is Finland’s most significant Sami centre, and the ideal destination for a cultural adventure. Learn all about the traditional culture of the Sami reindeer herders. Inari is home to the Siida museum, and the Finnish Sami parliament, as well as sitting on the edge of Lapland’s largest lake, Inarijarvi with over 3000 individual islands!
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Learn more about flights, climate and geography for this destination.
Ivalo airport is located only a short drive from Inari Village. There are plenty of flights to here, most of which fly via Helsinki – this makes for a fantastic city stopover!
Inari has an Arctic climate, with summer temperatures averaging 14℃, and an average winter temperature of -10℃. In the winter, temperatures can drop as low as -25℃ so it is important to be prepared for the cold!
Inary is the largest municipality in Finland, and is home to the Sapmi. Lake Inari is scattered with over 3000 islands – the lake freezes over between November to June, making it the perfect place for a winter adventure.
Plant and Animals
Inari is abundant in wildlife and plants. The reindeer are the main attraction in the area, at the heart of daily life for all who live there. You’ll experience how these creatures are used in all aspects of life for the Sami people. Lake Inari is also full of many fish species, so it’s an excellent destination for ice fishing too!