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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...

Røros

Rørosrein

At walking distance from the centre of Røros, we offer reindeer sled tours, as well as leading, feeding and lassoing the reindeer. You can even join...

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

Reindeer Sledding and Sami Culture - Tromsø Lapland

Join the authentic Sami guide, who comes from a Sami family with long reindeer herding tradi- tions. Enjoy an unforgettable experience of pure reindeer sledding (4 km) and Sami culture.

Tromsø

Overnight Reindeer Sledding and Northern Lights - Tromsø Lapland

Try reindeer sledding, the oldest means of transportation in the north, with Tromsø Lapland on the island of Kvaløya.

Berlevåg

Tanahorn - The Tana horn

Tanahorn is a steep mountain peak (270 metres above sea level), believed to be a former Sami sacrificial site, located 9 km west of Berlevåg by the mou...

Tromsø

Reindeer Sledding ("Raid") with Sami Lunch - Tromsø Friluftsenter

Join Tromsø's most experienced provider of Sami culture on a day trip to the island of Kvaløya for some nice scenery, exotic reindeer sledding (30 min) with lasso throwing as part of your introduction to Sami culture.

Oteren

Reindeer Sledding - Lyngsfjord Adventure

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

Kvalsund

The sami church at Aissaroaivi

The Sami Church at Áissároaivi. Consecrated in 1962. Church services, etc. Location: Sennalandet, between Alta and Kvalsund beside E6....

Kvalsund

Stallo

Stalloen was a sacrificial stone, on which to honour the Gods. In ancient times, Stalloen was used as a sacrificial site, and was in use up to the 19t...
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