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Reindeer sledding
NOK 1695

Reindeer sledding and Sami culture 
Operated by our partners at Tromsø Lapland

We would like to give you the opportunity to become better acquainted with the Sami culture and join a pleasant and fun Reindeer Sledding in beautiful North Norwegian nature.

The Sami are the indigenous people of the North and our Sami guide would like you to get to know his culture better, both past, present and future, through tasting some typical Sami food, seeing and learning about Sami artifacts and hearing stories and the joik (traditional Sami song).

The Reindeer Sledding is an important part of the experience as the oldest known form of transport in the north and central part of the Sami culture. 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.

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

 * If conditions change, we keep the right to amend the duration of the reindeer sledding

 * Alternative: The Reindeer Sledding is subject to snow and when there is not enough snow we offer Reindeer Feeding and Sami Culture instead.

‍Pick-up time and place:

Meeting time and place: 09:45 (9.45am) Radisson Blu Hotel

Departure time and place: 10:00 (10am) Radisson Blu Hotel

What is included:

Scenic transfers (45 min each way)

Knowledgeable English-speaking Sami guide

Thermal winter suit, warm boots, hat, mittens

Reindeer sledding (approx. 30 min, depending on weather and snow conditions)

Feeding the herd on our camp

Hot traditional Sami meal (bithos) and hot drinks (Vegetarian option available on request)

Storytelling and joik

Level of difficulty: Easy outdoors / Family

Number of participants: 2-48

Adult (18+ yrs) NOK 1695,-

Youth (13-17 yrs) NOK 1550,-

Child (4-12 yrs) NOK 850,-

Infant (0-3 yrs) FREE

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