Hotel Inari

Address: Inarintie 40, Inari, Lapland, 99870, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Inarintie 40, Inari.
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    Travel Blogs from Inari

    Lapland and the Sami people

    A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 19, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... holding out our hands to feed the reindeer astounded me! We also got to drink local coffee with home made biscuits and then went out to try our hand as lassoing a reindeer ( it was actually wooden). I managed to lasso this wooden animal first go after following the directions of my Sami speaking instructor. He was obviously a great teacher as I didn't understand anything he said! Just a shame Jan missed this photo opportunity. From ...

    Rovaniemi to Lake Inari in Lapland

    A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 18, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    We are in the land of the midnight sun. It was light all night. Took a picture out our window at 11.00am and it was broad daylight. We were forced to use some of our bedding to block out the light under the curtain. Packed the case again for our trip north to Lake Inari. It is about 350kms. We are now in the Arctic and the scenery is magnificent. Fir and birch trees interspersed with lakes cover the land as far as you can see. In fact 77% of Finland is ...


    A travel blog entry by kathypender on Jun 15, 2015

    39 photos

    ... main exhibit. Here we learnt about the Sami people, culture, practices, food and animals of the region. There were displays on the reindeer ear cutting branding practice of the Sami, details about the differences in reproduction of the arctic animals, some displays of sleds and a snowmobile, etc. We then went outside to the outdoor museum which is open in the summer season. The path of the open air museum is approximately 800m long. On ...

    In awe of Aurora Borealis

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 09, 2014

    ... However, the night isn't absolute, with at least four hours of a bluish semi-darkness each day. We left SIIDA and headed for one of just three places in town to sell food. It turned out to be a redneck bar that served only burgers and kebabs so, between us, we got one of each. A walk around the lake proved refreshing - either that or idiotic - as the temperature had reached 3 degrees. We were completely rugged up, yet still very cold, so we headed back to the hotel and the ...

    Deeper into the Arctic we go

    A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 08, 2014

    ... journey was uneventful. The scenery consisted of forests, broken up by the occasional river. At one point we slowed down and I looked out the windscreen to see a herd of reindeer on the road. They finished their crossing and we continued on our journey as though it was a regular occurrence. We arrived on time, with the bus pulling up right outside Inari Aurora Resort (I hope that name is an omen!). The blue sky and sunshine that greeted us in the morning had long ...