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The Enchanting Silence of Lapland's Summer

The Enchanting Silence of Lapland's Summer

Embark on a 1.5-hour paddling journey through the heart of Lapland's summer wilderness, where the only sounds that break the tranquility of nature are the gentle swish of your paddle against the water and the melodious songs of birds. The serene water surface reflects the azure hues of the sky and the fluffy white clouds, while the sun's rays dance playfully through the leaves.

This is as close to nature as you can get. Breathe in the fresh forest air, feel the soft touch of moss beneath your feet, and listen to the symphony of nature. This is a unique experience that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression on your soul.

Lapland's enchanting silence and breathtaking natural beauty beckon you to experience something unforgettable.

Come and discover for yourself why Lapland is a place like no other.

Welcome to Inari / Summer -Autumn 2024

Inari is a small village located in the northernmost part of Finland. It is known for its beautiful and peaceful surroundings, making it a popular destination for tourists who are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. The village is also home to the iconic Inari Lake, which is the third-largest lake in Finland and is rich in fish, making it a popular destination for fishing enthusiasts. Inari is also known for its vibrant Sami culture, which can be experienced through various activities such as reindeer safaris, hiking, and the Sami Museum. Overall, Inari is a must-visit destination for nature lovers and culture enthusiasts alike.

Hotel Korpikartano is open all year around. You can contact us to book your stay by email at [email protected]

At Hotel Korpikartano you can experience the beauty of nature in quiet and cosy accommodation with view on Menesjärvi lake. We offer hotel rooms and studios with kitchen in two separate accommodation buildings for a total of 28 rooms.

Hotel Korpikartano is located in Menesjärvi, Finnish Lapland a small Sámi village on Lake Menesjärvi. The bigger village of Inari, known as the centre of Finnish Sami culture is just a 30-minute drive away. Until 2005 Korpikartano served as a Sami village school for children in the surrounding areas and in 2009 it opened its doors to guests.

Hotel Korpikartano is near by of Lemmenjoki National Park, Finland’s largest national park. Hotel Korpikartano’s is ideal for those seeking peace and quiet. Aurora season is long in Menesjärvi and Inari and Hotel Korpikartano is famous among aurora hunters.

Welcome to the luxury of nature and silence!

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