Dubbed as the potential saviour of the entire travel industry, regenerative tourism is a trend that is set on growing at a speed. Here is a comprehensive look on what regenerative travel means, along with very concrete examples.
While the Finnish summer weather is known for its unpredictability – sometimes it’s cold, other times it seems like it’s trying to out-rain the UK, however come wind, sleet, cats or dogs, the irresistibility of Finnish cottage life always remains intact.
In order for our business to be truly sustainable, it is essential for us to take care of the well-being of our customers, our personnel and our local community.
Over the past three years, we have worked hard to promote sustainable travel: restoring the bog, planting flower medows, and upgrading all our cars electric ones, for example.
We have managed to lower our customer-based emissions by about 30 per cent since 2019. That’s an achievement we’re proud of!
Minimizing energy consumption makes sense and is responsible. At the same time, it saves time and money - being environmentally friendly can be directly cheaper, and since most emissions come from energy consumption, the most effective way to reduce your carbon footprint is to tackle energy efficiency.
The area of Haukansuo to be restored would be about six hectares. Using a Hiilipörssi emission calculator, the restoration of Haukansuo could mean estimately 10,000 - 15,000 kg of CO2 emissions per year.
If Nuuksio National Park is not already familiar, it can be difficult to know where to go. In this article, I have compiled three great locations that are easy to find at Haukkalampi area.
Nuuksio National Park offers hiking options of all levels. In Nuuksio, it is worth starting your hike from the Haukkalampi area, as it is easily accessible and there are many clearly marked paths in the area.
March is a great time to observe the tracks of the animals as they are more active as the mating season approaches. For two consecutive days, I took short walks in Nuuksio and photographed some of the most common tracks to come.
There are more than 100 ponds and lakes in the highlands of Nuuksio, and the nature of the area has remained untouched due to its high cliffs and rugged nature.
A wilderness chef is always on display, as the cooking itself is as important as the end result. The sourcing of natures flavours, preparations and succeeding together with the group is very rewarding each and every time.
The spring sun and the awakening of nature bring energy and enthusiasm towards the summer. We’ve put together five tips to help you prepare for summer and the holiday season as rewardingly as possible.