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Nature Tourism means “experiencing the natural places, typically through outdoor activities that are sustainable in terms of their impact on the environment.” It helps to explore natural areas, which conserves the environment and improves the welfare of local people. We aim to contribute to nature conservation by providing the travellers with the chance to experience wild spaces and learn about wildlife in natural habitats.

Natural attractions are geographical or biological features that have a specific appeal to the tourism market. Globally, there are countless varieties of natural attractions – no two natural attractions are the same because they have been shaped by the unique natural forces of the surrounding environment.

Travellers visit natural attractions for many reasons, which include:

- Enjoying the grandeur of nature.

- Escaping from the pressures of urban life.

- Escaping from humanity.

- Exploring different landscapes.

- Experiencing outdoor adventures in a natural setting.

- Learning about the environment.


The Arctic Circle runs across northern Finland, right through the town of Rovaniemi, giving it claim to being the Gateway to the Arctic. In the summer, this means the famous Midnight Sun.

For most people, seeing the northern lights is a once-in-a-lifetime treat. Finland is one of the best places in the world for seeing these blazing curtains of light drape across the sky.