Visit a Local Home and a Mill experience Lappish lands- Life in Lapland.
In Northern Lapland, the weather goes to minus -35 to -40 in winter. Life here can be challenging, especially if you are from a warm country. It's kind of impossible to think about how people live on this side of the world.
We introduced a new way to get to know the local culture and how Lappish people live, farms, continue day-to-day work in the hard winter and the beautiful summer.
In this chapter, you can visit a local farm, visit a local house and spend the day having lunch or dinner and get to know how people live and what their life looks like in Lapland. It is more about sharing how you live your life in your country, and you learn at the same time how Lappish people live theirs.
If you visit in the summer, in this case, you will get a chance to go out to the forest, pick some blueberries or wild berries, mushrooms in a local forest, cook your meal or ask locals to teach you to cook a meal like Lappish people.
If you are visiting June-July
In the summer you will get a chance to experience the midnight sun. The midnight sun also is known as the nightless night or polar day, can witness to experience in Tervola from early June until early July, and nights are light throughout the summer with sunlight.
Another Thing you can witness while experiencing and visiting your local home in Lapland, Tervola Day, the so-called Ämpäripää day, English its translated to Bucket head day. It's a celebration day in Tervola, people who emigrated from the village are coming back from all over the world to celebrate the event.
Another Thing you can witness while experiencing and visiting your local home and a mill is the Tervola Marathon. You can participate in the event if you feel you are fit, enjoy running a half or full Marathon with people from all over the world.
Otherwise, visit Outdoor by CLM, exhibition, and tradeshow focusing on Sustainable Life, Renewable Energy, Green World, and Health. Now you can register for Marathon or to Outdoor By CLM virtually or physically.
Through the summer, you can also experience Kayak or Canoe in the Kemijoki River. If you do not have your equipment, you can rent them at our office. Or participate in our Canoe Sprint Championship.
If you are Visiting on February
Experience thousands of snowmen or snow sculptures built around the village, be a part of it with your family or friends. You are not just a visitor to us. You become part of the local's life and culture. Regardless of whether you are a solo tourist, camping, in a tour group, or company staff meeting that helps in Lapland, you can join this activity. Do not forget to register for this activity.
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