Bushcrafting in Finland.
Follow in the footsteps of the ancient Samis and learn how to survive in the outdoors! The Sami have lived in Sápmi since time immemorial, an area that is partly located in Lapland. The forefathers of the Sami were hunters and fishermen and knew exactly how to live off the land without exploiting it. They gathered wild plants and berries, lit a fire, built huts against the often harsh weather conditions, and moved through the forest via almost invisible reindeer paths. The skills of the Sami to survive in nature are known as 'bushcraft' or 'survival'.
Doing things together ensures connection. Hunting and gathering food in good harmony is the key to survival in nature. Sitting together around the campfire at the end of the day and enjoying your own catches, provides that togetherness and is also very cozy!
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