Lake Saimaa Overview
Spread over an area of 4500 sq km, the ancient freshwater lake of Saimaa is regarded as one of the most crucial natural bio reserve ecosystems of Finland. Home to the Saimaa ringed seal, one of the rarest and most endangered seal species, the lake is a true respite from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Aside from offering a beautiful view of the Northern Lights, the lake is surrounded by numerous tiny fishing villages and seafood eateries for tourists to explore while visiting Lake Saimaa.

Southeastern Finland
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