For your river and whitewater paddling trips, we offer for rent high-quality 16 ft open canoes for 2 persons, as well as first-rate gear necessary to take with you. The minimum rental period is 24 hours.
The location and time of the fetching of the canoes will be agreed on case-specifically. If you wish to transport the canoes on your own, please consult us about the compatibility of your carrier.
Rent / Canoe
1 day 55 €
2 days 105 €
3 days 150 €
4 days 190 €
5 days 225 €
6 days 260 €
First week 295 €
Following weeks 245 €
Canoe rental includes:
- 2 paddles + 1 spare paddle
- 2 paddling helmets
- 2 life jackets
- 2 waterproof pack barrels
- load adjustment straps
- tow rope
- hand bailer
We will transport you and your paddling gear to your preferred location and collect you from an agreed location at an agreed time. Our operational area covers the whole of Finnish Lapland, as well as northern Sweden and northern Norway. The maximum group size is 8 people at a time.
We also transport groups from Rovaniemi to adventure destinations without gear. In these cases, no starting fee is charged.
If the transportation doesn’t both leave from and return to Rovaniemi, the transport fee will be agreed on separately.
Inform us about your need of transportation and ask for an offer!
Starting fee 20 € includes the packing of the gear, and the arrival at Rovaniemi Airport or city centre with the gear.
Transportation 2 €/km
Full waiting hours due to a delay to the agreed time cost 40 €/h (this does not apply to a previously settled change).
The transportation fee is paid on the spot. The available payment methods are credit card, payment services, and cash.
By clicking on the picture, you will see the basic principles of our Transportation Service.
We offer you customised, individualised adventures, varying from shorter day trips to week-long off-grid adventures. With us, you will be able to learn all essential nature survival skills and knowledge, such as navigation, fire making, fishing, camping, preparing food in nature, safety, skiing techniques, paddling techniques, hiking hacks, animals, and useful plants. You can decide whether you wish to learn and practice basic nature survival skills, or focus more on simply relaxing and enjoying. A customised adventure can take place anywhere in Lapland, depending on your wishes and preferences. Usually, a minibus (max 8 ppl) is used for the transportation to the starting point of the trip. When an adventure is planned to take place in the most remote areas of the wilderness, another kind of transportation means is possible: motor sled, helicopter, or seaplane. Our instruction languages are Finnish and English.
If you are active and interested in learning new things during a guided adventure, you won’t necessarily need a guide with you on the next one anymore, as the skills and knowledge you have gained will enable you with the freedom to independently explore wherever you desire!
Examples of the content of our summer adventures
On a paddling adventure, you will learn the basics of wilderness paddling, as we canoe in clear rivers or lakes, following a route of a desired length. We might take a break to fish and swim in attractive spots, and we will practice camping in beautiful, remote wilderness landscapes. We can also visit the land for hikes to interesting destinations. We will use portable cookers to prepare hike meals over the campfire, and if we are lucky, we will be eating fish we have caught during the adventure. You will also learn to navigate in waters.
By hiking, we will be able to explore the purest and most beautiful environments Finland has to offer. You will learn to cross brooks and rivers, read the map, and navigate using the shapes of the terrain for your advantage. You can decide the key elements of the hiking adventure – e.g. fishing, photographing, gathering, or, say, birdwatching or observation of plants.
Examples of the content of our winter adventures
On sliding snowshoes or skis, we can go on a winter hike during which you will learn the basics of survival in a wintery environment. You will be able to safely discover the beauty of wintery nature in remote areas, where we might not see a single sign of other people for several days. We can stay the night in a self-made snow shelter, a tent, or alternatively, we can reserve a wilderness hut.
We can also go ice fishing on remote lakes and rivers using sliding snowshoes or skis, or we can arrange motor sled transportation. On overnight adventures, we will stay the night in tents, wilderness huts, or snow shelters. You will learn how to fish from beneath the ice, and in the early spring, you will be able to experience what it feels like to be sitting on ice while ice fishing under the hot sun with only a t-shirt on.