Experience the snow-covered plains of the Finnmark mountain plateau by snowmobile or dog sledge. The locals will introduce groups to their easy way of life by catching their own fish and preparing and eating it for dinner. Embrace the authentic Sami culture and listen to a joik while sitting around a crackling fire in a lavvu eating traditional Sami food. Those wanting something slightly more adventurous can opt to arrange their own Sami Olympic Games!
Other incentive activities during the winter months include Nordic skiing, downhill skiing, snowshoeing and of course hunting for the spectacular northern lights. All of these pursuits are designed to encourage teamwork.
During the midnight sun period, from May to August, Alta can provide a wealth of nature-based adventures such as a riverboat safari or kayaking in Scandinavia's largest canyon, carved out by the famous Alta River. In addition, delegates can enjoy ATW safaris on the Finnmark plateau, glacier walking, king crab safaris and tailor-made events at the North Cape.
By visiting Norwegian Lapland, groups come close to both the local people and nature. Draw inspiration from the land where your meeting really does become a unique experience.
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