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KARASJOK

Engholm design cabins

The designed log cabins at Engholm are situated next to Karasjohka river, 6 km outside of Karasjok.

KARASJOK

The sami reindeer migration

We join the native reindeer herders - the Sámi - in their annually reindeer herd migration to the Arctic coast. The tour is unique and this opportunity is a rare privilege, provided by sami reindeer herders.

KARASJOK

Snow shoeing with Turgleder

Hiking with snow shoes is a wonderful way of traveling when you want to go out and enjoy the arctic winter, both in the sparkling day light, the pale moon light or in the narrow beam of a head light. All these tours have their own special atmosphere. Walking on snow shoes demands no special skills. If you can walk you can snow shoe. Hiking with snow shoes is a pleasant experience in it self but can also be combined with other activities like wild life tracking, ice fishing or even hunting. It also gives good exercise regardless of age or physical fitness.

KARASJOK

Karasjok Tourist Information

Do you need informastion on activities and accommodation in the Karasjok area? Please stop by the tourist information and get the information you need on the area and the rest of Finnmark. We are specialists on sami kulture and activities.

KARASJOK

Dog sled expedition to the Arctic sea with Engholm Husky

Dog sled expedition to the Arctic sea together with Engholm Husky. Suitable for experienced outdoor people who looking for something special.

KARASJOK

Cafe Sapmi

At the Sapmi Cafe at Sapmi Park you can order light dishes. Groups should book in advance. Please also book in advance for facilities outside of opening hours. Location: at the Sapmi Park.

KARASJOK

One night in the wild with Turgleder

Feel the pleasure of being out in the wilderness and the rewarding feeling of having spent a night out in the fresh air. You can sleep under the open sky, on braches under a traditional Scandinavian improvised shelter or maybe even in an igloo, all depending on the time of the year and the weather conditions. This is a great opportunity to do something new, lower your shoulders and learn new outdoor skills. Great food and stories also falls within.
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