This hotel provides a unique experience in the Saariselkä Fell area of Finnish Lapland. It offers accommodation in glass igloos and has the world’s largest smoke sauna.
The igloos are made from thermal glass, keeping guests warm in Arctic conditions. All have luxury beds and a private toilet, while shower facilities are shared.
Guests can also rent cross-country skis, Nordic walking sticks and snow shoes. Staff is available to arrange husky and reindeer safaris, along with ice fishing.
Situated in the Kuhmo region of Finland, Wild Brown Bear Centre is located at the heart of the wilderness, in an area of land known as the Taiga forest. When staying at the Centre you will be sharing the area with a great diversity of flora and fauna, ranging from small migratory species right up to European Brown Bears – the giants of the forest!
Although geared mainly towards photography, the surrounding landscape is also ideal for hikers and trekkers, as there are numerous trails which can be enjoyed in the summer months. The Centre then provides the much needed R&R after exciting nights in the hides or long and beautiful walks into the wilderness.