Holiday Club Saariselka

Address: Saariselantie 7, Saariselka, Lapland, 99830, Finland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Saariselantie 7, Saariselka.
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      Travel Blogs from Saariselka

      Karelia Museum at Lieska

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... beach hoping for a camp spot but ended up in a new camp site beside a full sized blow up indoor soccer field. As the receptionist went home at 9, and we were sitting in the entrance hall using the free internet, John acted as receptionist while we Skyped the kids, including directing Russian tourists where to camp. We had been warned about terrible plagues of flies and other bugs in Finland, but, so far, so good. None in this new and slightly windy ...

      Glass Igloo at Kakslauttanen

      A travel blog entry by garytan on Feb 05, 2014

      4 photos

      ... Creek where the Gold Elf, Bridge-keeper Elf, Smith Elf and other elves work together to dig for gold at the Gold Creek. Each having their own secret recipe allows them to create millions of presents from the gold. You can see the lights sparkling when the gold nuggets are transformed into gifts and sent around the world just like text messages. A wonderful tale indeed! After that, transfer to Kakslauttanen Igloo Village, located ...

      Husky sledging in the arctic

      A travel blog entry by davidcarder on Jan 30, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... beautiful snow filled arctic landscapes. Reindeers were grazing in the forest and it was gently snowing. It was about minus 15 degrees. When you watch the video note that Kelly is driving the sledge in front with Tom. You will notice Will with his appropriate husky hat on my sledge. Turn the volume down as the huskies are rather noisy. This was a huge highlight whilst visiting Lapland (Northern ...

      Into the unknown...

      A travel blog entry by adam.sealey on Sep 08, 2011

      1 comment

      ... s name was impossible to pronounce. Interestingly, the older guy couldn't speak one word of English (the first person I've met who can't), except 'London'! We communicated through Samuli, although the chat basically just involved naming Finnish football players and nodding! (knowing about Sami Hyppia and Jussi Jaaskeleinen was a good thing for the conversation). Soon enough he went to the bar, and so me and Samuli went to duty free and bought some drinks, before later on exploring ...

      Back to Joensuu

      A travel blog entry by yellowdragon on Sep 10, 2007

      1 photo

      ... welcome us. Getting Around in Finland Finland is a big country. It doesn't appear to be big on the map, but that's because of the curvature of the earth. It's really big and scarcely populated. Driving around by car might be the best alternative. In Finland Hertz and Europcar are the biggest car rental services. Just go to their website and find out about the rates. Driving around might get a ...