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Tentsile Experience Eco Camp Nuuksio summer 2020

€180.00 / d
Price includes 2 persons. Extras:
  • Extra person 60 EUR >add the total amount of sleepers (max 3 prs/tent)€60.00
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You can make several reservations for the same day, e.g.  2 person+2 person. Select the number of persons 2 , select the date and reserve. Repeat this procedure again. So You have accommondation for 4 people 

Tentsile Experience ”Night in the tree”
Green Eco Camp in Nuuksio National Park, Finland

World first Tentsile Experience EcoCamp founded 2016 in the Nuuksio National Park area. It is the greenest area for Eco Camp and is called ”Night in the Tree”. It is a very ecological way to experience nature via a new experiential tree tent experience ”Night in the Tree”. Eco Camp creates a unique link in with nature and the environment.

Book your Summer Night 2020 now!

NOTICE for guests:

Due to the coronavirus, we will reduce the number of accommodations from seven to five for June and August in Nuuksio. In this way, we guarantee everyone their own peace and plenty of space to enjoy the experience. Vallisaari has two accommodations throughout the summer.

In Nuuksio, we disinfect the floors of the accommodations after an overnight stay, and in Vallisaari, the equipment bag includes a desiccant spray and sifonet towels for self-cleaning tentsile. The season starts in June in Nuuksio and Vallisaari.

Place:
Nuuksio Eco Camp -area in Nuuksiontie 80, FI-02820 Espoo.
Meeting point: Front door Haltia the Finnish Nature Centre between 2 to3 pm at address
Nuuksiontie 84, 02820 Espoo Finland

Capacity:
7 Stingray Tentsile for max 21 person

Days:
2020/06/01 - 2020/08/31
1-2 prs for 3 prs Stingray Tentsile tree tent+ Trillium Hammock 180 EUR. 
   3 prs for 3 prs Stingray Tentisle  tree tent+ Trillium Hammock 240 EUR.

Prices including:

  • Tentsile Stingray tree tent+Trillium Hammock
  • Trillium Hammocks can be used to add sleeping space for fellow campers, or simply to expand the space of your tree tent for extra gear, shoes, dogs or wet stuff.
  • Sleeping bags, Sleeping bags liners, Towels
  • Breakfast at Restaurant Haltia the Finnish Nature Centre
  • Tickets to main exhibition and special exhibition Haltia the Finnish Nature Centre
  • Teepee hut on Tentsile area for a common residence, campfire firewoods, tea pot, cups, plates, tea, mustard, napkins and tables and benches, drinking water.
  • Indoor toilet and shower
  • Head lamps for dark nights

Weather:
In July and August are the best season in the Finnish summer.
The air temperature is around +19-25 degres and the water in the lakes is around 20 degrees. Some warm rainy days may include.

What should I pack?
You need clothes and shoes according to the weather conditions.
Personal clothing and supplies for overnight stay.

  • Hiking shoes or boots
  • Rain/windproof jacket and trousers
  • Hiking shirts and trousers
  • Thermal top and bottom
  • Warm jacket or sweater
  • Warm hat and gloves/mittens
  • Water bottle
  • Head torch
  • Swimsuit and towel
  • Sun protection (hat, sunglasses and sunblock)
  • Small backpack for carrying personal items

How fit do I need to be?

No particular level of fitness is needed to enjoy this trip. Just bring your sense of adventure and a willingness to try new things!

Events/Activities in Nuuksio area:
Possibility of swimming in the lake of Nuuksio Long lake. Marked hiking trails start near Eco Camping area.
Haltia, the Finnish Nature Centre, where you can find marvelous exhibition of the Finnish nature. Haltia is located 50 meters from the Eco Camp Area
www.haltia.com

Rent a high quality Fatbike for three hours in Nuuksio National Park. Pls visit:
https://shop.honkalintu.fi/en_US/fatbike-rent-a-quality-cuben-fatbike-for-3-hours-in-nuuksio

More information about Nuuksio National Park, please visit:
http://www.nationalparks.fi/en/nuuksionp

Take away Everything You Brought along

Leave no trace

The wonders of nature are fragile and precious and while enjoying the great outdoors make sure they are preserved for future generations by taking the utmost care to have as little negative impact as possible. Consider the following:

  • Take only pictures, leave only footprints – after choosing your destination use public transport or car pool if possible. Take only what you need and avoid disposable products.
  • Pack it in, pack it out – avoid troublesome waste collection and remember many of the back country campsites don’t have waste collection bins. Be prepared to carry out everything that you have carried in. Combustible waste, small amounts of clean paper and cardboard, can be burned in campfires as long as no grass or forest fire warnings are in effect. Never burn other kinds of waste such as packaging that contains aluminium foil or plastic on a campfire since it may leave a non-biodegradable residue or emit toxic fumes. These must be packed out and disposed of properly. Campfires may only be lit with the landowner's permission or in the designated public campfire sites and cooking shelters. Carry a portable camp stove with you.
  • Be one with nature – if no toilet facilities are available, dig a hole well away from any water sources, trails or campsites. Carefully cover the hole with loose soil and vegetation when you have finished. Use toilet paper sparingly.
  • On the beaten path – help prevent erosion and damage to fragile plants by staying on marked trails. Do not cut across switchbacks on hillside trails. This can cause severe erosion and damage to trails and hillsides.
  • Outside is the new inside – in national parks camp in designated or established campsites. Avoid damaging trees and plants when pitching tents or hanging hammocks.
  • Be green and clean – wash dishes and bodies away from water sources and use sparingly only biodegradable soaps. Dump dishwater on land to help prevent water pollution.
  • Nature is the best designer – do not make stone piles or stack rocks. They disturb nature and detract from the natural beauty of the great outdoors. But do not dismantle existing cairns. Some may be thousands of years old and of historical significance. Do not carve, paint, or draw on trees, rocks, signs, or structures, but do not deface or disturb ancient rock paintings.
  • Content is King – be responsible on social media and online. Make sure that your shared GPS tracks and social media content comply with the rules of the protected area. GPS tracks can be saved for your own use, but if you publish them on route services (such as gpsies.com or Strava), make sure that the tracks remain on the applicable routes. The actual routes are always available from Nationalparks.fi. Think about what you publish on social media. Use your beautiful nature photos to help and encourage others to appreciate and respect Finland’s wonderful nature destinations.

Everyman’s Right

All people whether residing in Finland or just visiting have the right to enjoy nature anywhere in the Finnish countryside regardless of land ownership. The legal concept of “Everyman’s Right” in Finland extends immense freedom to roam but comes with some serious responsibilities. Primary of all is a mutual respect for nature, people and property. The outdoor enthusiast’s golden rule requires a desire to preserve and protect the unspoiled beauty and wonder of nature for future generations to enjoy.

The need for nature conservation can require certain restrictions on these rights. In national parks and many nature reserves, special regulations can additionally limit activities such as camping, hunting, using motor vehicles, and moving through sensitive areas during the nesting season. Such restrictions are listed separately for each area. Be sure to check online or ask at visitor centres before venturing into national parks or other nature reserves.

Everyone is allowed to…

  • walk, ski, cycle, or horseback ride freely (except very near homes and other private buildings or through farm fields and nursery plantations which could easily be damaged)
  • camp out temporarily a reasonable distance from homes
  • pick wild berries, mushrooms and flowers, as long as they are not protected species
  • fish with a simple rod and line
  • use boats, swim or bathe in inland waters and the sea
  • walk, ski, or drive a motor vehicle or fish on frozen lakes, rivers, and the sea
  • all the above can be restricted or forbidden in national parks and other nature reserves during certain seasons or year-round to protect sensitive areas and threatened species of plants or animals. Please pay close attention to any restrictions.
    It’s NOT allowed to…
  • disturb people or damage property
  • disturb reindeer, game, breeding birds, their nests or young
  • let pets off leash
  • cut down or damage trees
  • collect moss, lichen, or fallen trees from other people's property
  • light open campfires without permission, except in an emergency
  • disturb people's privacy by camping too near them or making too much noise
  • leave litter
  • drive motor vehicles off road without the landowner's permission
  • hunt without the relevant permits
  • fish with nets, traps, or a reel and lure without the relevant permits

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Urgent! The Cancellation of a Reservation

Cancelation for reservations made before Tentsile season start:
Refund date for payment will be the 1st on June.
Refund of payment for Connect Tentsile is 140 EUR. 180 EUR- 40 EUR cost (bank cost and VAT 10%)
Refund of payment for Stingray Tentsile is 190 EUR.  240 EUR -60 EUR cost (bank cost and VAT 10%)

Cancelation for reservation what are make during Tentsile season:
Cancelation time one week before reservation start.

Refund date for payment will be at the end of the month reserved.

Refund of payment for Connect Tentsile is 140 EUR. 180 EUR- 40 EUR cost (bank cost and VAT 10%)
Refund of payment for Stingray Tentsile is 190 EUR.  240 EUR -60 EUR cost (bank cost and VAT 10%)

-Cancelation under one day before reservation start: NO REFUND