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Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights

Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva AS Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva AS
Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva AS
Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva
Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva
Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva
Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights Photo: Sorrisniva AS

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Description

The trip starts directly outside the Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel, and of course we provide necessary equipment and clothing before start, such as thermal suit, shoes, hat/helmet and gloves. Our path leads us through the forest and up onto the Finnmarksplateau, with its wide, white snow covered plain. Duration: approx 3 hours.

Facilities

  • Activities

    • snowmobile trips
    • snowmobile safari

Categories

  • Wildlife safari Wildlife safari

Hours

Where:Sorrisniva
1/2/2012 - 4/20/2012
Mon - Sun
5:30 PM - 8:15 PM

Transportation


Bus Pick up at meeting point Rica hotel Alta: 17:00 Returns: 20:15
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Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights

The trip starts directly outside the Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel, and of course we provide necessary equipment and clothing before start, such as thermal...

Evening safari on snowmobile/hunting for the Northern Lights

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