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MICE in Lakeland

There are not enough words to describe the magical long a nights of Finnish summertime. The Lakeland area is a perfect example of what Finns cherish most about endless summer days and forever light nights from May until August. From September through to winter, the vibrant autumn colours of the trees display vivid reds, oranges and yellows. These beautiful colours dominate the islands of the Lakes, reflecting of the calm and tranquil waters bringing peace and harmony to the area.


Photo: Marko Haapalehto

Be part of genuine local way of living: enjoy the spectacular time of sunny days and long nights, take part in the Midnight Sun Feast, spend time and learn new skills in forests, by the lakes and on the rivers, relax in a traditional sauna during the evening and find your inner peace – all this away from the hustle and bustle of crowds, surrounded by the cleanest nature and some of the purest air in the world.

After your trip to Finnish Lakeland you leave feeling invigorated and full of life, having experienced the purest nature, the cleanest air, the freshest water and the most genuine of lifestyles, ensuring your journey with us leaves you with special memories to cherish for a lifetime!

Season facts Lakeland

Summer facts
June – August

Daylight 12 – 19 hours
Temperature +15 – +30 degrees
Midnight sun brings with it wonderfully long sunlit days

Autumn facts
September – November

Temperature +5 – +15 degrees
Indian summer (autumn colors)

Winter facts
December – March

Daylight 4 – 6 hours per day
Beautiful winter landscapes highlighted by the brightness of the snow
Temperature -5 – -30 degrees
(snow guarantee from the middle of January)

Spring facts
April – May

Temperature +5 – +15 degrees
Nature (flora and fauna) waking up and starts to come green again

How to reach Finnish Lakeland

You can reach Lakeland from Helsinki by bus, train or aeroplane. There are flights (45 min – 1 hour in duration) to Lakeland airports from Helsinki (HEL) airport. Kuopio is the capital of Lakeland and it has an international airport (KUO). Other airports in the area are Joensuu (JOE), Savonlinna (SVL) and Lappeenranta (LPP).

Travelling by bus or train from Helsinki: 2,5 – 4 hours (depending on a destination).

Wild Nordic Finland also organises private transfers from Helsinki to the Lakeland area or from airports within Lakeland to different destinations.