The brown bear is the national symbol of Finland, and the north east of the country is home to a large brown bear population. The brown bear is the largest carnivore in Europe and you can see these majestic animals in their natural environment from specially made bear hides.
The wolverine is the largest land-dwelling member of the weasel family and it tends to hunt at dusk, so is more difficult to spot.
There are around 2,000 lynx living in the wilds of Finland too, and you may be lucky enough to glimpse one of these wild cats.
The Finnish are working hard to protect their grey wolf population, as it is classified as an endangered species with only 200 animals currently residing there.
Finland is a country of wild landscapes, few human inhabitants and a thriving brown bear population, making it the perfect place to come to see and photograph these mighty animals along with a variety of other wildlife.