Reindeer Sledding & Sami CultureDate: Sunday 1 nov 2020 - Sunday 11 Apr 2021 Show map
Try reindeer sledding, the oldest form of transport in the north, with authentic Sami guides from a family-run company.
Enjoy the peace and quiet from the nature around as you relax on a sled gently pulled by a reindeer. Allow yourself to become one with nature and replenish your mind and soul on this outdoor excursion. The camp is established and run by authentic Sami people with long reindeer herding traditions.
You will get up-close and personal with our beautiful animals as you allow them to take you floating across the snowy landscape. The Sami guides will inform you of the ancient lifestyles of reindeer herders, as you explore the land in the same way they have for centuries.
By taking part in this daytime excursion we hope you will be charmed by the fascinating reindeer and find that you love our gentle but curious and furry creatures just like we do - Our true hero in the Arctic.
All animals used for these services are trained for the activity, however, the behavior of animals can be unpredictable and therefore it is essential that all participants follow all given instructions for their safety, and the safety of others:
* The sledding takes place as a "raid" where each reindeer and sled are bound together in a long row with the lead reindeer in the front.
* Sleds are shared, two participants on one sled.
* If conditions change, we reserve the right to amend the duration of the reindeer sledding.
Season: Daily from 1 November 2020 to 31 March 2021 (subject to snow conditions)
What to bring: Warm boots, hat, mittens and scarf
Included: Scenic transfer (45 minutes each way), English-speaking Sami guide, thermal winter suit and boots, hot traditional Sami meal and hot drinks
Duration: 4-5 hours
Number of participants: 2-48
Level of difficulty: Easy / Family
Not suitable for wheel-chair.
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About this activity
Phone number (booking)+47 918 57 635
Prices from1695 NOK
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