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Overnight Trekking Trips – Arctic Adventure Tours

See a different side to life in the Arctic Circle. Summer in Northern Norway is a fantastic time, with the beautiful Midnight Sun on your back you can discover the wildlife and scenery that winter has hidden for 6 months.


Reindeer sledding and Sami Experience - Tromsø Friluftsenter (from Jan 10)

Join our experienced provider of Sami culture on a day trip to the island of Kvaløya for some exotic reindeer sledding (30 min), lasso throwing, cultural knowledge and nice scenery as part of your introduction to Sami culture.


Northern Lights Watch (three nights package) - Malangen Resort

This adventure includes accommodation, airport transfer, full board, Northern Lights Chase, Snowmobile and Dogsledding in magic scenery.


Reindeer Sledding - Lyngsfjord Adventure

Reindeer sledding is the oldest form of transport in the north, and an ancient part of Sami culture.


Scenic Reindeer and Snowmobile - Arctic Guide Service

Join us for a fantastic Scenic drive to Takelvdalen where we visit Oskal Family with their Reindeer Herd and their Sami culture.


By Snowmobile to Mountain where Reindeer Herd walks Free- Arctic Guide Service

From January to March you can have a once in a life time experience by riding a Snow scooter to the top of Takelvdalen where the Reindeer Herd walks free! Please note that this is an advanced Snowmobile ride where experts will be driving while you seat on the sledge.


Northern Lights Stay in Lavvu - Tromsø Friluftsenter

Stay overnight in a wooden lavvu beneath the Northern Lights. Ideal if you want to explore nature, surround yourself with a beautiful landscape and, most importantly, increase the chances of seeing the Northern Lights.


Sami reindeer spring migration – Tromsø Lapland

Join Sámi herders and experience the reindeers on their annual spring migration, from their winter pastures on the inland further north towards the coast.
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