Accommodation in the arctic nature
Nights of Northern Lights
Nights of Northern Lights offers accommodation and beautiful scenery in the arctic wildlife in Nuorgam, next to the flowing River Teno and the fells.
Spend your holidays enjoying outdoor activities and relaxing in the hot tub under the northern lights!
Polar nights and midnight sun
Did you know that there are eight seasons instead of four in Lapland? Each season has its own character and it’s an experience itself to observe the changing nature. All of the seasons offer different kind of opportunities for relaxing and exploring outdoor activities in the pure nature. That’s why a holiday in Lapland doesn’t have to be aimed at a specific time, but each season offers its own magic. Read more about the seasons in Lapland.
There´s more than enough to do in Lapland
Enjoy the genuine peace and quiet of the winter nature. Snowshoe in the crisp winter weather or relax while ice fishing. You might get rewarded with a dinner caught by your own hands. If summer is your favorite season, make the most of it and hike in the beautiful Kaldoaivi Wilderness, fish salmon on the River Teno or pick berries as much as you can eat. Check out our favorite activities.
Choose your accommodation in Nuorgam
Experience the pure arctic nature. Lapland creates the wonderful setting and we offer you the perfect cottages in Nuorgam. Book your holiday accommodation now and choose the cottage that suits your needs.
Nuorgam is located on the banks of the Tenojoki River, 45 km from Utsjoki. The Arctic region is the northernmost inhabited region in the world , where the diverse nature of nature ranges from snowy snow to green tundra, icy sea and high mountains. The indigenous peoples of the region have adapted to live in unity with nature, borrowing nature from their children, which has preserved its rich natural resources for posterity, which will continue to be cherished.
The Sámi are the only indigenous people in the European Union who live in four states, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Russia. Traditional livelihoods such as reindeer herding, hunting, fishing, small-scale agriculture and the collection of natural products, as well as Sámi handicrafts are the foundation of Sámi culture. Animals and nature have always been an important part of the Sámi lifestyle.