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Why Finland makes a good choice?

Incredible scenery, unspoiled nature and a relatively liberal, modern political system.
From the vibrant art-filled cities of Helsinki and Turku to the depths of the boreal forests and the thinly-inhabited outer archipelago. In the winter the Northern Lights can be seen in the northernmost part of the country while in warmer months many Finns love to head to their summer cottages to enjoy some swimming, fishing, barbecuing but most of all the sauna.

Best time to visit Finland

Image result for best time to visit finland It depends on what you'd like to experience: for plenty of snow and winter activities, December to March is the best time. For springtime sun and the revival of nature after the winter, April to May is the period. For long and warm summer days and plenty of events, opt for June, July and August. The best time to visit Finland depends on what you're wishing to do as the winter season from December through to April is ideal for dog sledding and winter sports.

Why Finland is still the most popular Honeymoon destination?

Finland, with its capital Helsinki, has lots to offer for a romantic break or honeymoon. Here you can enjoy Arctic winter activities such as Northern Lights Chase, Dog Sledding, Snowmobiling, Reindeer Sledding, Cross Country Skiing, Visits to a reindeer farm and spend a night in a Glass Igloo to possibly see the Northern Lights sparkle over you in the beautiful and unspoilt nature of Finnish Lapland.

Adventure activities in Finland

Finland has many forests but not that many people, so hiking and trekking are part of the national identity. This wild, solitary area is a favourite for longer hikes and holds dumbfounding scenery, more than 200 kilometres of safe trails and a network of huts and campsites. The Adventure can include, amongst other activities, snowmobile and husky safaris, ski school, ice swimming, winter fishing, winter camping and survival skills, staying in a snow hotel or glass igloo.