One of Finland’s nicknames is ”the land of the thousand lakes”. There are 188,000 lakes in Finland and many of those are located in Lakeland. The area is like the heart of Finnish identity; the landscape is dotted with patches of water, deep green forests, and rolling hills.
Are you planning on bringing your group to explore the gorgeous lakes of Finland? Fantastic! Then you have come to the right place!
The Lakeland area is perfect for nature lovers who either like to do lots of activities such as rafting, cycling, kayaking, hiking, skiing, and mountain biking or just sit and enjoy the calming views.
We are more than happy to organize tailor-made tours for groups of 10 or more and for smaller groups and independent travelers we have prepared hassle-free ready-made tour packages.
Please note that we only provide package pricing, always including at least accommodation and transport.
We are here to help your group to get the most out of their visit to Finland. As true locals, we can take your group to places that travel guide books do not even know of. We can also advise you on the best times to travel in order to score some unique nature experiences.
Contact us and we will create something unforgettable for your group!
Lake Saimaa is situated in the heart of Europe’s largest lake district, and it is the fourth-largest lake in Europe. The area has some great opportunities for outdoor activities, holidays and travel for your group.
There are several cruises that your group can take to discover lake Saimaa. It’s also possible to cruise all the way to Vyborg in Russia on a Visa-Free Vyborg cruise.
Lake Saimaa is known for its rich history, clean nature, and as a great travel destination. It houses one of the most endangered seals in the world, the Saimaa singed seal. Currently, there are about 300 individuals living in the area.
Contact us and ask us to organize a tour for your group to explore lake Saimaa region!
The most famous national landscape of Finland. The area has been regarded as a sacred area in which mighty spirits lived. It wasn’t inhabited before the mid 18th century due to the fear of its powerful spirits. In the 19th century, it became a tourist attraction. The longest valley in Finland is in the slopes of Koli. Your group can also discover famous caves, waterfalls, devils, boulders and a ridge running into lake Pielinen.
Break Sokos Hotel Koli is a perfect place to stay overnight if you want to admire the views over lake Pielinen. The hotel has a SPA area with several different saunas, a few small pools, and outdoor jacuzzis.
Contact us and ask us to organize a tour for your group to explore Koli National Park!