I'm planning a summer trip to Finland, and have read all the interesting comments about how beautiful Lapland is in winter.
Possibly because I'm from South Africa, I'm really not keen on the cold, so don't plan on going during the winter, but now I'm starting to wonder whether it will still be worthwhile to travel far north in the summer.
I'd really like to experience an out of the way destination with beautiful scenery (was thinking of Rovaniemi/Yllas/Levi).
I'm not into snow sports, but would also love the experience of seeing reindeer and huskies - I'm assuming you can only go husky-sledding in winter, but would it still be possible to go to a farm and interact with these animals in summer?
any advice would be appreciated.