Wilderness Hotel Nangu is located in a remote spot on the southern shore of Lake Inari, with breath-taking views, perfect for experiencing the Northern Lights! As an adults-only destination this is the perfect escape for couples or friends.
When to visit
There are no TVs or wifi in the rooms giving you the perfect excuse to switch off from the outside world
Wilderness Hotel Nangu is located in Finnish Lapland on the southern shore of Lake Inari, only a 20-minute drive from Ivalo airport.
Spend an evening under the stars, huddled around the campfire in the middle of the winter wilderness. Stay warm with hot drinks as you keep your eyes peeled for the Northern Lights dancing in the sky overhead.
Take a snowmobile across the snowy landscape in search of the Northern Lights. Once darkness has fallen, you will drive away from artificial lights and towards the Lappish wilderness. If the weather is clear, you will hopefully see the Lights dancing!
Enjoy a snowshoe adventure across the wintry landscape in search of the Northern Lights. Once darkness has fallen, head away from the lights and towards the Lappish wilderness. If the weather is clear, you will hopefully see the Lights dancing!
Cross Country Skiing
Experience the calm and peaceful arctic nature on a pair of skis, crossing Finland’s wintry wilderness. After a brief demonstration on how to use the skis, you will set off towards the beautiful winter scenery.
Ice fishing by snowmobile sleigh
Drive through the beautiful fells and wilderness tucked up in a sleigh pulled by a snowmobile, before arriving at a private lake to try your hand at the traditional practice of Ice fishing.
A highlight of any Arctic adventure, a snowmobile is a magical and exhilarating way to discover the incredible snowy landscape of Finnish Lapland.
Take part in a snowshoeing expedition exploring the woodland around your hotel. You will be glad to have these specially-adapted shoes as you make your way down less-trodden paths in the deep snow.
Visit a reindeer farm
Enjoy an unforgettable visit to see where Santa's loyal companions, his reindeer, live. Learn about the ways of reindeer husbandry and the special relationship between the herder and their animals.