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Kirkenes

Sightseeing out of Kirkenes, including a taste of dog sledging

A guided tour with bus into the valley. We visit the National Park centre at Svanvik with an exhibition about flora, fauna and the way of living. A sho...

Kirkenes

Riverboat along the Norwegian-Russian border

Bus from Kirkenes to Svanvik, around 40 kilometres guided trip. Here will we meet the river of Pasvik witch is the borderline between Norway and Russia...

Guovdageaidnu Kautokeino

Juhls’ Silvergallery Kautokeino

The first silversmith in Norwegian Lapland has now reached its 50th anniversary (established 1959). A lifework built up by Frank and Regine Juhls. An o...

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...

Karasjok

Sami Adventure with Turgleder

The arctic north offers fantastic experiences based on the endless plains and the dramatic costal nature of Finnmark. Liv of Turgleder grew up in the...
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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...

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....

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...

Båtsfjord

Sacrificial circle at Syltevikvann

Syltevikvann lies about 7 km west of Hamningberg and is the site of an old Sami sacrificial circle. The circle has a slightly oval shape and consists o...

Maze

Masi Sion/Maze Sion

Máze Zion, the first church in Máze Zion was built in 1721 by the Sami missionary, Thomas W. Westen and Morten Lund. The first public sector school in...
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