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Oteren

Reindeer Sledding - Lyngsfjord Adventure

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

Tromsø

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.

Oteren

Northern Lights Reindeer Sledding - Lyngsfjord Adventure

Experience the Northern Lights while riding the reindeer sled! Reindeer sledding is the oldest form of transport in the north, and an ancient part of Sami culture.

Kåfjord

Glacier and sami tent experiences

Enjoy the best of Lyngenfjord - a boat trip over the Lyngenfjord, overnight in a sami tent and a hike to Lyngen biggest glacier. Amazing views, and a experience out of the ordinary!

Tromsø

Reindeer Sledding and Sami Culture - Tromsø Lapland

Join an authentic Sami guide, who comes from a Sami family with long reindeer herding traditions.

Tromsø

Reindeer Sledding and Northern Lights – Tromsø Lapland

Try reindeer sledding (approx. 4 km), the oldest means of transportation in the north, with Tromsø Lapland on the island of Kvaløya.

Tromsø

Overnight Reindeer Sledding and Northern Lights – Tromsø Lapland

Try reindeer sledding (approx. 4 km), the oldest means of transportation in the north, with Tromsø Lapland on the island of Kvaløya.

Evenskjer

Storelv Àrdna- a Sami experience

-Arranging Sami Eve. -delivered Sami Koldtbord. Try a lovely and different experience....

KVALØYA

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.
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