Scandinavia's vast nature has always fascinated people.
Four spectacular regions are representative of "Scandinavia's hidden paradises": High in the north, in Swedish Lapland, mighty moose feel at home. In the east, near the Russian border, Lake Saimaa in Finland is home to one of the rarest seal species in the world. Gotska Sandön is the most remote place in the southern island paradise of the Baltic Sea. In the west, mountains and fjords dominate the landscape. Today, arctic foxes live again on the Hallingskarvet plateau. In all these places, nature conservationists are working with great enthusiasm for Scandinavia's hidden paradises.