The Perfect Viewpoint
Lake Inari is huge, and the wide open spaces mean that there are unobstructed views of the northern skies. This makes it perfect Aurora viewing territory and as a result, our partners have set up Aurora Camps on the lakeside. At these camps, your guide can get a fire going and brew up some warm drinks while you wait for the Aurora to emerge.
For the most romantic of Aurora hunts how about treating your partner to a private tour in heated glass windowed Aurora Sleigh? You’ll be pulled by a snowmobile driven by a local Aurora guide who will do all the hard work while you sit back and eagerly watch the sky.
There’s also Aurora hunting activities such as snowmobile safaris, snowshoeing, and car and minibus tours to provide additional mobility when trying to avoid cloud cover.
There are also plentiful daytime activities here many of which help maintain the cultural and traditional identity of Lapland’s indigenous Sámi people.
The excellent Sámi Siida Museum in the village is well worth visiting and beyond Inari itself, there are many winter delights to be enjoyed. Snowmobiling, dog sledding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing are all available in the huge winter wilderness that surrounds little Inari.