||The phenomena of Arctic nature are key attractions in Arctic tourism. This collection of articles discusses them from various viewpoints: nature-based tourism in protected areas, experiencing and learning about the phenomena of arctic nature, business development through concept planning and customer insight in improving tourism experiences.
The Phenomena of Arctic Nature project addresses both nature and nature-based tourism. Its main objective is to raise awareness of arctic nature and its unique phenomena in the nature tourism sector. The authors represent the versatile Phenomena of Arctic Nature project partners from Finland, Norway and Russia.
The publication is for nature-based tourism entrepreneurs, municipalities, organizations managing nature protection areas and nature centres as well as people interested in developing sustainable nature-based tourism.
This publication has been produced in the Phenomena of Arctic Nature project (2019–2022), co-financed by Kolarctic CBC Programme. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the Lapland University of Applied Sciences and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.