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KymiSun offers memorable boat trips in northern Kymenlaakso and takes you to explore the stunning scenery and rich culture. Our trips always include a delicious meal/coffee break in a natural setting or on our partners’ sites, as well as a diverse, interesting social and cultural programme.
The Kymi River is the whole province’s pulsing main artery and part of the history of the region. It has functioned as a border between Finland, Sweden and Russia. KymiSun takes you on a popular guided tour by wooden, tar-scented riverboat.
Repovesi National Park in the wilderness of North Valkeala provides a great setting for many kinds of outdoor activities and hiking. These are all at your fingertips with a KymiSun boat trips to the heart of Repovesi National Park. Abundant nature and clear waters, sheer rock faces – you just have to see and experience it.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site at Verla, with its factory museum, groundwood and board mill are unique local attractions where you can get a sense of living history of the early stages of the forest industry. KymiSun takes its guest in a well-equipped, wooden motor boat to explore the 6000-year-old rock paintings and a log floating history of the Kymi River and the clear waters of the surrounding lakes.
We visit the charming 1860s iron works, which still echoes to the roar of the Verlankoski rapids. In summer, small shops, a wine shop, coffee shop and craft workshops where local artisans demonstrate and sell their products are all open.
Come and encounter nature, culture, history and people on our tours.