What is a Kota in Finnish Lapland ?
In Finnish Lapland, a “Kota” is a traditional tent of the Sámi. It was a place of refuge and conviviality. A kota is a finnish wooden hut with a fire set inside where visitors can grill/fry their food, usually a sausage (makara).
After spending an active and truly unique day in beautiful nature of Finnish Lapland, you enjoy a stop in a kota: the fire in the middle drow keep you warm while your food is cooked. This a completely unforgettable, cozy and relaxing evening while still experiencing something uniquely Finnish.