When you arrive in Rovaniemi, the hometown of Santa Claus in the Arctic Circle, how can you not meet the reindeer, Santa’s closest friend, and experience the fun of reindeer pulling a sleigh? After lunch, we went to the reindeer farm together to get close to this docile animal, and get a deep understanding of the life of Finnish Laplandians and various ecology in the Arctic Circle.
It's a bit far from the center, about an hour by car. Polar bears and owls are the highlights. There is a polar bear that is super cute and enjoys playing in the water. It has a huge butt when diving into the water. It is very funny. It is also worth a visit to the polar bear. There are many species of owls, which are reminiscent of Harry Potter, and some are very cute. There is a restaurant at the entrance of the zoo, buffet, 15 euros per person.
The museum exhibits vividly tell visitors about the original stage of the forest industry, provide important employment opportunities for Lapland, and have made major contributions to the development of the national economy.
The Forest Museum does not have too much content. The trees here are very consistent broad-leaved forests, with some squirrels and snakes infested.
When you come to Lapland, you must learn about the local culture. You can go to the Lapland Forest Museum to see the Arctic Circle culture here. The elk here is very popular. It is a good friend of Santa Claus. In winter, you can also experience reindeer carts. Reindeer are mainly distributed in the circum-Arctic area of the Northern Hemisphere, and feed mainly on plants in the tundra. Take some moss, they will come over to eat, very cute.