Visiting Arctic Solutions

Open Arctic invites businesses, decision makers and media correspondents to join a business visit in Lapland. We offer information, contacts and  tailor-made visits  to businesses and research institutes ready to share their best practices and Arctic expertise.

The service is free of charge. However, visitors must be prepared to handle all the other cost related to tour, such as local transportation, accommodation, meals and interpretation if needed.

Open Arctic is part of the Lapland Arctic Council Host Committee.

Visiting Arctic Drilling Company

Lapland Ambassador Mikko “Peltsi” Peltola and the chair of The Finland Promotion Board (FPB), Jorma Korhonen,  Head of Unit, Prime Minister’s Office visiting Arctic Drilling Company June 2017.

Photo by Inka Hyvönen

Lapland Ambassador Mikko “Peltsi” Peltola and the chair of The Finland Promotion Board (FPB), Jorma Korhonen,  Head of Unit, Prime Minister’s Office visiting Arctic Drilling Company June 2017.

Photo by Inka Hyvönen

Lapland Ambassador Mikko “Peltsi” Peltola and the chair of The Finland Promotion Board (FPB), Jorma Korhonen,  Head of Unit, Prime Minister’s Office visiting Arctic Drilling Company June 2017.

Photo by Inka Hyvönen

Lapland Ambassador Mikko “Peltsi” Peltola and the chair of The Finland Promotion Board (FPB), Jorma Korhonen,  Head of Unit, Prime Minister’s Office visiting Arctic Drilling Company June 2017.

Photo by Inka Hyvönen

Lapland Ambassador Mikko “Peltsi” Peltola and the chair of The Finland Promotion Board (FPB), Jorma Korhonen,  Head of Unit, Prime Minister’s Office visiting Arctic Drilling Company June 2017.

Photo by Inka Hyvönen

Visiting Forest of Lapland

Lapland Ambassador Mikko “Peltsi” Peltola and the chair of The Finland Promotion Board (FPB), Jorma Korhonen,  Head of Unit, Prime Minister’s Office visiting Forest of Lapland  June 2017.

Photo by Inka Hyvönen

Lapland Ambassador Mikko “Peltsi” Peltola and the chair of The Finland Promotion Board (FPB), Jorma Korhonen,  Head of Unit, Prime Minister’s Office visiting Forest of Lapland  June 2017.

Photo by Inka Hyvönen

Lapland Ambassador Mikko “Peltsi” Peltola and the chair of The Finland Promotion Board (FPB), Jorma Korhonen,  Head of Unit, Prime Minister’s Office visiting Forest of Lapland  June 2017.

Disclaimer

Please note that all visits are subject to the availability of the selected solutiton and organisations. Open Arctic cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate your request. Open Arctic is not able to arrange visiting programms for leisure or other private visitors.

For inspiration and more information on how to experience the Arctic during your holiday, please take a look at lapland.fi/visiting