Upon arrival you get to know more about our home and lifestyle in the Arctic where bush craft skills are part of everyday life. This place is tranquil; we even cannot see the lights of our nearest neighbor. During the walk we do birdwatching and plant identification. If we are lucky, we might see e.g. Siberian Jay, Pine Grosbeak and Capercaillie.
You also get to know arctic super food: berries and fungi. In August and September you can even try your own gathering skills. We end the walk with open-fire coffee/tea and local snacks in our wooden kota hut.
Spring, Summer, Autumn
Plants and Animals, Land and Climate
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AT Nature is a responsible family-run business offering outdoor activities and accommodation in Inari, Lapland. AT Nature is the first company in the Inari-Saariselkä region to whom Visit Finland has awarded the Sustainable Travel Finland label. Besides, we have the ECEAT Finland (European Centre for Ecological and Agricultural Tourism) certificate.
The groups are small or private, and the activities always include a home visit. In our opinion, nature activities can make us happier and healthier in today’s busy world. Our mission is to introduce arctic nature and its benefits to nature lovers worldwide. In addition, we want to share our concern about the threats the arctic wilderness is facing.
With us, you enjoy and learn about arctic plants and wildlife, local superfood, and authentic Finnish traditions still practised today, with silence and tranquillity around us. We are a small team, and our dogs belong to it too.
We live on the edge of the Muotkatunturi wilderness area, Lemmenjoki National Park and an ancient taiga forest. Part of our property is a young forest (over 70 years old), and the other part has a small lake, mires and hundreds of years old pine trees. Siberian Jay and Siberian Tit (typical old forest birds) are our neighbours, among other birds.
We are pleased to introduce you to our natural paradise where we relax and enjoy the arctic nature every day.
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