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“huge lake” (2 reviews)
“snow mobiles” (2 reviews)
“shore” (3 reviews)
Inari, Finland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent six nights on the bank of Lake Inari and it was an incredible experience. With the full moon glittering on the lake water and little ripples continuously touching the shore, it was the most beautiful evening we have ever spent. Unlike the other...More

Thank dghosh02015
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Was initially not sure if a cruise on a lake in the middle of the day would be enjoyable but was proven wrong. Very informative narration about the lake and the boat was very stable. The walk ukko island was very good and scenic. Definitely...More

Thank Joo K
Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

Lale Inari is one of the most beautiful lakes I've ever seen in my life. A calm and peaceful place. You live 24 hours at night for 6 months of the year and 24 hours at daylight for 6 months of the year in this...More

Thank Tevfik40
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Me and my family visited this place in December 2016, It's a wonderful place and best location to view the wonderful aurora. We hunted from Rovaniemi to Saariselka and at last we managed to meet with this amazing aurora at lake inari. We also enjoyed...More

Thank connietlm
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

This was a very lack lustre two and half hours. The commentary was in three or four languages but very difficult to hear. The one stop at an island was okay. The scenery and water around was scenic.

Thank loy12321
Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

The positive is that Lake Inari is the second biggest of Finland's many lakes and therefore worth visiting. That's it. We chose to explore it on the cruise boat Inari 111 and that was a mistake. Talk about dragging minutes in hours. This trip is...More

Thank Elseymelbourne
Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

When this Lake is frozen in winter and early spring, it provides access to numerous excursions by sled and snowmobile. One of them is the island sacred to the Sami people, Ukonsaari Island. It's hulk is impressive even from shore. There is a wooden stairway...More

Thank beasdaughter
Reviewed 4 February 2017

This lake is very big and, during sub zero temperatures, can be walked on. The forests around provides good hiking, but the actual lake itself is great for a stroll. Quite often, snowmobiles would glide in and given the large surface area, you can see...More

Thank KevinLeung888
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

As the lake was frozen we went across on Snow mobiles. The scenery was second to none and our guides were fantastic. Stopped off at a quaint little church and a BBQ in the snow and the food was excellent served with hot coffee and...More

Thank Michele B
Reviewed 30 November 2016

Our guide brought us two nights in a row to a bridge on the Lake said to be a good spot for aurora sighting because of the possibility of reflections on its calm waters. Unfortunately, it was overcast both nights and indeed it even snowed...More

Thank Ricky Y
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laura m
3 March 2017|
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Response from Michele B | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry but we only went across it on snowmobile. We saw others on the lake but all had snowmobiles. Its a huge lake so not sure how else you would get to the church. We were only there for 4 days and had activities every... More