Inari village is the heart of Saami culture in Finland. Authentic handicrafts and artisan shops, a genuine small village atmosphere, and the breathtaking surrounding nature make the village a captivating and interesting destination throughout the year. Situated along Highway E75 and less than 50 km from the international Ivalo Airport, Inari is easily accessible from various parts of the world.
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Saami Cultural Center on the award-winning shores of Lake Inari A wide range of hotels and other accommodation options, including stays in Aurora igloos, rooms, apartments, and cottages A variety of restaurants that blend local ingredients with cultural elements for a holistic culinary experience Must-visit attractions: Lake Inari, Ukkosaari, Saami Museum & Nature Center Siida, Saami Cultural Center Sajos, Otsamo fell, Inari Saami Church, and Pielpajärvi Wilderness Church In the summer, Inari offers activities such as lake cruises, hiking, biking, canoeing, fishing, and river rafting During the fall, activities include hiking, canoeing, biking, mushroom and berry picking, fishing, and hunting Winter highlights include reindeer safaris, husky safaris, snowmobile safaris, Northern Lights, snowshoeing, and skiing Experiences from Inari