This simple and minimalistic cabin on the bank of the Muonionjoki river (Tornionjoki salmon river main tributary) has history as a log rafters lodge from the 1940s. This stunning Pakajoki rivermouth location has had Samí people camp and hunt sites for centuries.
The main cabin has sleeping area and mattresses for 6 people. There is also a separate sauna building, an outhouse toilet and firepit area all overlooking the river. Nearby kiosk offers relevant services, boat rental and more.