Kuohijoki

Kuohijoki

Things to do - general

Kuohijoki is a small village by the Kukkia lake. There are less than 50 households. Here you can experience real country side atmosphere.  Absolutely beautiful place but far from the main roads. Worth visiting.

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Kukkia lake in Kuohijoki

 

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Aslak and the Eskimos Club

This Club is open only a few times a year, but every time it’s full. Live music! The opening night is the 31st of May and then they stay open a few weekends in the summer. Take a look at their website

In the summer time we recommend to visit Paula’s Kahvihuone.
An old farmhouse building has turned in to an atmospheric cafe. There are also angora rabbits for children’s entertainment and a large terrace to enjoy your coffee.
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Paula's BnB

Paula's BnB

Suksiantie 9, Kuohijoki
Helsinki airport 155 km. Hämeenlinna 60 km. Tampere 78 km. Pälkäne/Onkkaala 42 km. The Kuohijoki vil More info

Canoeing trip

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Canoeing is a great way to explore the beautiful and unique lake district in Finland. Feel the soothing effect of water on a beautiful summer day. The mind is resting and the body is captured in activity, so the little problems of everyday life are forgotten, at least for a while. Please book the guides […]

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Fishing trips

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Are you interested in fishing? Here you can see some of the trips which are arranged by a professional local fishing guide. FLY FISHING Price: 500€ (incl. VAT 24%) max. 5 people Duration: max 5h / extra hours 50 € Location: Haihunkoski (Viiala) Includes: Fishing permits, fly fishing gear and wading gear rental, lessons on fly fishing techniques and refreshments + cold smoked salmon sandwiches […]

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Off road safari with jeep cars

The driving routes are deep in the forests, with many different terrains: rocks, dunes, ups and downs and other natural obstacles. The diversity of nature is present around you all the time. The inhabitants of these forests are, for example, bears, elks, wolves, deer, lynx, and countless other animals. The route is usually planed together […]

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