Little Lady of the Lake – Finland 100 excursion with a meal

You will arrive at Yli-Kaitala in advanced agreed time and will go to the trip with your group to the Talasvuori hill. There you can see Pieni Järvineito statue, the Little Lady of the Lake, which is a tribute to Finnish 100 years independence, unique lake environment and Kymijoki River. 

On the cliff the guide tells the story of the Danish princess Dagmar, who was later known as Maria Feodorovna, married Empress of Russian tsar Alexander III in 1866 and how they relate to this little statue. We walk back trough  the forest and enjoy bird singing and nature. 

The meal enjoyed during this nature excursion includes fish from the local Kettujärvi lake (the Fox Lake), bread rolls in the shape of a fox’s head and seasoned with nettles, delicious pike steaks gratinated with cheese and salmon made on open fire in lap hut “Kipinäkota” (“Spark tepee”), elk meat (from Mankala village) with bread, wild mushroom sauce, local potato wedges and seasonal vegetables with the “kiss” of the Little Lady of the Lake and coffee as dessert.

Price: €48 / person (min. 10 persons)
Group: 10–50 persons
Duration: 2–2.5 hours

The price includes the activities presented in the programme, the services of a guide and dinner.
The minimum number of participants is ten.
The excursion must be reserved no later than one week in advance.

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