Address: Camp Tamok, 9143 Tromsø
Reindeer sledding is the oldest form of transport in the north, and an ancient part of Sami culture. People of all ages can participate on this very “soft” adventure.
This cultural adventure includes trying lasso-throwing, the way the Sami people still today catch their reindeers when they are rounded up for marking or slaughter. Also, you will learn about Sami culture and history.
You will be driving in pairs, with one sled for each reindeer. To conclude this excursion, you will be served a hot meal. Daytime trips give you an amazing view of the wild mountains in the area, and evening trips in the period November - March will give you a good chance to experience the Northern Lights.
Pick-up by bus or minibus in the city centre of Tromso, by the Scandic Ishavshotel by the harbour. Transfertime is 75-minutes to Camp Tamok: the starting and ending point for your excursion.
Season: November 15th - March 31st
Availability: Every daytime and evening, minimum 2 people
Departure (evening): 17:00 outside The Scandic Ishavshotel by the harbour, Tromso town centre. Return 24:00
Duration: 4.5 hours + transport (total 7 hours)
Price per person: NOK 1750 (children 4 - 15 years: 50% discount)
Transportation by bus/minibus
A hot meal; vegetarian food will be provided if advance notice is given.
Insulated body suit, boots, gloves, headwear, and head lamp (evening trips)
Warm undergarments (wool or fleece is recommended)