In the unspoilt Arctic wilderness, on the edge of frozen lakes and snow-laden forests, live Europe’s only surviving indigenous people, the Sámi. Learn more about them on a trip to their ancestral home in northern Lapland, Finland.
Traditionally semi-nomadic reindeer herders, the Sámi live across the Arctic Circle in Russia, Norway, Sweden and northern Lapland in Finland. The homeland of these proud people is still alive with a vibrant culture and shamanistic folklore. In Lapland, they welcome you in to discover their rich, unique way of life and ancient traditions – from ice fishing to jewellery making. Discover the best way to immerse yourself in Sámi culture on your next visit to Finland.