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Ask any Finn from CEOs to famous chefs what they love most about their country, and inevitably they say its forests and lakes. Considering that over 75 percent of Finland is covered in deep forest, and 188,000 glittering blue lakes dot the vast landscape, one could surmise that a deep connection to nature is just one of the reasons why this pristine Nordic country was once more named the Happiest Country in the World1.

Largely untouched by tourism, Finland’s Lakeland region exudes dramatic beauty, and its landscapes offer a unique Finnish experience that brings you back to nature in all seasons. Breathe in fresh clean air, and take a dip in lakes so pure they provide drinking water for over a million people. 

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finnish mirror house
Halla design villa
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deluxe igloo
Päijänne National Park

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Sources
1. https://worldhappiness.report/blog/in-a-lamentable-year-finland-again-is-the-happiest-country-in-the-world/

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