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Reindeer Feeding, Lasso Throwing, and Sami Culture Tour Including Lunch from Tromso

  • Learn about the Sami people on this 3-hour cultural tour from Tromsø
  • Feed the camp's herd of 200 reindeer
  • Listen to traditional Sami storytelling and singing
Reindeer Feeding, Lasso Throwing, and Sami Culture Tour Including Lunch from Tromso
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Immerse yourself in Sami culture and feed a herd of 200 reindeer during this 4-hour adventure from Tromsø. With your Sami guides, travel approximately 25 minutes from Tromso to the Sami camp. Enter the lavuu, or traditional Sami tent, for a typical meal with your hosts. Learn about the culture, history, traditions and folklore of the Sami people while sitting around the campfire. Listen as the guides perform a joik, or traditional Sami song. Be sure to bring warm, layered clothing. Round-trip transportation from Tromsø is included.
What to Expect
Meet your tour group and Sami guides at a centrally located meeting place to start your adventure. Be sure to dress in warm clothing, including gloves and a hat. Board a comfortable vehicle for the 25-minute trip to the Sami camp. 

Upon arrival at the camp, get a chance to feed the herd of over 200 reindeer. This herd is the source of their livelihood, a tradition for the Sami people, who are historically nomadic. Try out some lasso throwing on a practice target, gaining an appreciation of how the Sami manage their herd.

After the feeding, make your way inside the lavuu, or traditional tent, to warm up. Listen to stories and facts about the people's culture, traditions and history. Enjoy a lunch of bidos, a type of soup, and cake with coffee. Hear a performance of a joik, a song in the native Sami style. 

Board your vehicle for the 25-minute return trip back to the departure point in Tromsø city center.
Reviews (46)
1 - 5 of 41 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Best day ever.

This Experiance was amazing. I’d recommend it to all. From babies to grown ups. Don’t be afraid to get in there and feed the rain deer. The food was amazing and the customer service a*. I will go again.

1  Thank 625richl
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
A must do experience

The reindeer are really tame & love being fed from the buckets provided. We then sat in front of huge fires whilst eating soup (vegetarian & meat eaters are both catered for). Finally, we listened to a Sami woman describing her clothes, culture & life....More

2  Thank lesleyh666
Reviewed October 4, 2018
Wonderful experience!

The Samis were so kind and great, we had a really nice morning feeding the reinders and learning many things. And the food was awesome!

Date of experience: November 2017
Thank Nuria P
Reviewed October 4, 2018
An Incredible Experience

We would highly recommend the Sami Culture/Reindeer feeding tour near Tromso. We learned about the indigenous people of the region: language, crafts, clothing, food, dance, reindeer herding, etc. The experience was quite genuine. The Sami people were warm and generous. The reindeer stew was absolutely...More

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank barbarabS9294FA
Reviewed April 13, 2018
Highly recommended!!!

This was one of the best experiences of my life! The employees are amazing and friendly. We learned a lot about the Sami culture, learned how to throw a lasso, learned a lot about reindeer, and got to feed and hang out with 300 reindeer...More

Date of experience: April 2018
3  Thank JennJaeg
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