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Rent a Canoe in Rovaniemi - Kanootin vuokraus Rovaniemellä

Take your chance to rent a canoe and discover Lapland rivers on your own!

Canoeing is the perfect and relaxing way to discover Lapland in summer while respecting its untouched nature. Finland, also known as the Land of a Thousand Lakes, is covered by more than 188 000 lakes. A significant amount of them are located in Lapland. The lakes and rivers are home to many birds and little mammals, such as geese, swans, longspurs, cranes, otters and many others. If you are lucky enough, you may spot them!

If you are interested in having guided tour, feel free to check our canoeing tours departing from Rovaniemi HERE!

Rent your own Canoe in Rovaniemi

Contact us for prices and bookings
[email protected]
+358 (0) 40 758 3316

Kanootin vuokraus Rovaniemellä

Ota meihin yhteyttä hinnat ja varaukset (englanniksi, jos mahdollista)
[email protected]
040 758 3316



  • Open canoes (2-3 people),
  • Paddling equipment,
  • Personal floatation devices (“life jacket”),
  • Canoe trailer for your car (up to 8 canoes),
  • Transportation of canoes / passengers.



  • Avo kanootit (2-3 henkilöä),
  • Melontavälineet,
  • Henkilökohtaiset kelluvuuslaitteet (“pelastusliivit”),
  • Kanoottivaunu autollesi (enintään 8 kanoottia),
  • Kanootin / matkustajien kuljetus.



We are Wild About Lapland – a lead company that provides Arctic tours and experiences to travellers and small groups in Rovaniemi, the capital town of Finnish Lapland. We are passionate about sharing our lifestyle, and that’s what we do best.

Our guides not only have years of experience, but they are passionate about sharing it with others. They also have a strong understanding of our impact on this wonderful world and love to share some ways of how we can help and be kinder to our environment.

All our tours have been designed not only to provide you with a great Arctic experience but also to teach you more about Lapland and our surroundings.


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