Here in the northernmost Lapland we have plenty of space for your to enjoy the vast open landscapes – to take deep breaths of the fresh and clean area. To relax and enjoy the freedom of time and space.

Travel guidelines for travelling to Finland

Information about travel restrictions will be updated to official sites. Please see the links below for more information:

Current situation

If you suspect you have been infected

Do not leave your accommodation, stay in! This way you prevent spreading the virus.

Book an appointment to be tested from the health care center of Ivalo. You can book a time by calling +358 40 188 7400 on week days from 8.15 till 10.00 and from 13.00 till 14.00.

The symptoms of the virus can be:

runny nose, cough, fever, unease of breathing

muscle ache and tiredness

nausea and diarrhea  

missing the sense of smell and taste

We expect responsibility from everyone in the area to make sure that everyone has an equal possibility to enjoy a health safe holiday.

Directions for travellers

Only do business when healthy

Go and have a test if you suspect you have been infected

Use mask indoors

Clean hands: Use hand sanitizer and wash them

Keep a safety distance of 2 meters

Cover your mouth when coughing or sneezing

Download the corona flasher application

Opening hours of services

Most of the services in the travel area are open. Check the opening hours for each service from their website. 

Accommodation – by zooming the map or filtering by your destination you are able to see the operators in the area.

Restaurants – Filter by location

Activities – Here you can see the available activities

In addition ask for equipment transport straight to your accommodation without any contact necessary.

Rest points and wilderness cafés

All rest points (huts, kota huts, teepees) and wilderness cafés are open as normal until further notice.

  • Keep distance from others – at least 2 metres. Maintain good hand hygiene. Always follow the instructions from the public health authorities.
  • Think about which locations tend to get crowded, and choose less-busy alternatives. 
  • Bring lunch and snacks that do not require preparing or cooking on a fire. Designated campfire and picnic sites can get very crowded. Or buy a take-away picnic meal from a tourism entrepreneur who has a meal or café service adjacent to your nature destination. 
  • If you are planning to stay overnight, it is a good idea to bring your own shelter. Sufficient safety distances cannot always be guaranteed in huts and lean-to shelters.

Tourist informations in the area

From the tourist information points you get information about all the services in the area as well as about the national parks and wilderness areas. Below you can find the contact information to each point in the area.

Tourist information, Saariselkä: Lutontie 16, 99830, Saariselkä Tel.+358 40 168 7838

Tourist information, Ivalo: Ivalontie 10, 99800, Ivalo Tel. +358 40 168 9668

Tourist information, Inari: Inarintie 46, 99870, Inari Tel.+358 40 168 9668

That’s what we do in the Inari-Saariselkä Region – in accordance with the health and safety guidelines of the tourism and restaurant industry for Lapland area.

The guidelines apply to the activities of the tourism and restaurant industry in the region in regards the international and domestic tourism as well as the local population.