Visiting Inari in Lapland, Finland (Video)

| September 2, 2013 | 1 Comment

Lake Inari in Northern Lapland is a unique lake in the world, not only because it is home to the Sami indigenous people but because it is the only lake in the world North of the Arctic Circle who’s water melts during the summer. During my recent visit to Inari I was able to enjoy again this beautiful part of Finland, my favorite part of the country by far. The outdoor activities are a blast and I really loved the food which has a distinct and natural flavor.

In this video I visit Inari, the SIIDA museum, a husky farm and learn about how reindeer population is controlled and how these animals are critical to the way of life of the Lappish people. If you’re getting this post via email odds are you will not be able to watch the video directly; to do so simply watch it in my Youtube channel.


This video was filmed during my trip to Finland courtesy of Visit Finland in collaboration with Finnair. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.

Have you visited this part of Finland? How did you like it? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below and this post too if you like it!


Category: Travel Video


One response to “Visiting Inari in Lapland, Finland (Video)”

  1. I haven’t been to Finland and would definitely like to visit sometime soon. Thanks for sharing the interesting video. Those huskies are adorable.

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