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Northern Lights and Reindeer Sledding in Tromso provided by Tromso Lapland

Northern Lights and Reindeer Sledding in Tromso

Northern Lights and Reindeer Sledding in Tromso
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Most visitors to Northern Norway don't get an authentic taste of Sámi culture, but you will on this tour from Tromso that's led by a Sámi reindeer-herder guide. You are introduced to animals, invited into a lavvu (like a tipi), and told stories about the culture of the Sámi, the indigenous people of Northern Europe. Enjoy sledding through the pristine Arctic wilderness, spot the northern lights, and savor a delicious meal inside the lavvu.
Know before you go
  • Duration: 4-5 hours
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Available languages
English
Highlights
  • This tour from Tromso is led by a Sámi reindeer-herder
  • Your guide introduces you to Sámi culture
  • A home-cooked meal and hot drinks are included
  • Convenient round-trip transportation from Tromso
What to expect
  • Your tour begins with a pickup from Tromso city center. Meet your guide and settle into the vehicle for the journey out of the city. Upon arrival at the destination, don your provided thermal suit and jump aboard a sled for an adventure through the snow. Afterward, spend some time getting to know the reindeer. Under careful supervision from your reindeer-herder guide, you may pet and feed the animals. Next, enter a lavvu, a temporary dwelling used by the Sámi people, and warm up with a traditional stew and hot drinks. Listen as your guide tells you stories about the Sámi, the indigenous people of Northern Europe. Afterward, head outside to (hopefully) spot the northern lights. Relax on your journey back to Tromso, where your tour concludes with drop-off back at the original departure point.
Know before you go
  • Duration: 4-5 hours
  • Mobile tickets accepted
  • Instant confirmation
Available languages
English
Cancellation policy
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Highlights
  • This tour from Tromso is led by a Sámi reindeer-herder
  • Your guide introduces you to Sámi culture
  • A home-cooked meal and hot drinks are included
  • Convenient round-trip transportation from Tromso
What to expect
  • Your tour begins with a pickup from Tromso city center. Meet your guide and settle into the vehicle for the journey out of the city. Upon arrival at the destination, don your provided thermal suit and jump aboard a sled for an adventure through the snow. Afterward, spend some time getting to know the reindeer. Under careful supervision from your reindeer-herder guide, you may pet and feed the animals. Next, enter a lavvu, a temporary dwelling used by the Sámi people, and warm up with a traditional stew and hot drinks. Listen as your guide tells you stories about the Sámi, the indigenous people of Northern Europe. Afterward, head outside to (hopefully) spot the northern lights. Relax on your journey back to Tromso, where your tour concludes with drop-off back at the original departure point.
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Important information
Inclusions
  • Beverages
  • Evening-meal
  • Driver/guide
  • Round-trip shared transfer
  • Entry/Admission - Tromso Lapland
Exclusions
Duration
4–5 hours
Departure details
  • Radisson Blu Hotel, Tromsø, Sjøgata 7, 9259 Tromsø, Norway
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Infant seats available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 48 travelers
Inclusions
  • Beverages
  • Evening-meal
  • Driver/guide
  • Round-trip shared transfer
  • Entry/Admission - Tromso Lapland
Exclusions
Departure details
  • Radisson Blu Hotel, Tromsø, Sjøgata 7, 9259 Tromsø, Norway
Duration
4–5 hours
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point
Additional information
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Infant seats available
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 48 travelers
Travel safe during COVID-19
What you can expect during your visit
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
What you can expect during your visit
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Contactless payment for gratuities and add-ons
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Itinerary
  • You'll start at
    Radisson Blu Hotel, Tromsø
    Sjøgata 7, 9259 Tromsø, Norway
    See address & details
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    Tromso Lapland
    Stop: 5 hours - Admission included
    Immerse yourself in Sami culture and reindeer herding on this tour of Norway's arctic pursuits from Tromsø.
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  • You'll return to the starting point
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4.5
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Marina S
9 contributions
Extremely disappointing
Reading other reviews, I’m not sure if we just went on an off night or what, but our experience was extremely disappointing. We were picked up by a bus at a hotel in Tromso, which was 30 minutes late. We get it, things happen, but after that the entire night felt rushed. When we arrived at the location of the excursion, where we were rushed off the bus into an area where we changed into warm clothes. We were then rushed from there to the reindeer sledding, which was altogether quite boring and slow. The reindeer pulling the sled did not seem particularly thrilled to be forced to do that job. It was a cloudy night, so no northern lights for us unfortunately. After the sledding we participated in the only decent part of the night which was feeding the reindeer. This was cool, the reindeer really love eating and come right up to you to eat out of your hands/buckets. After this, we were pushed into the Lavuu to warm up, where we were served a quite mediocre reindeer soup (we had much yummier soup at other points of our trip, this was more like water with some chunks of meat and veggies) and some bread. While we ate, a Sami woman came in and talked to us about Sami culture, which was very informative, however towards the end of her lecture it started getting a little weird. She started talking about how she feels guilty participating in Sami culture due to her grandparents belief that Sami culture should be shunned due to its Pagan roots? Very strange. The whole experience felt rushed and awkward, and totally not worth it for the amount of money spent on this excursion. Pass on this if you can, spend your money elsewhere!
Written February 22, 2020
This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
LeneS977
Dear Marina, we are truly sorry that our tour did not meet your expectations. We are a small family business who relies on a supplier for transport, who again is depended on road conditions, which can change very suddenly here in the Arctic. That the tour felt rushed after the initial delay is something we will work on - thank you for bringing this to our notice. Reindeer sledding is a slow and relaxed activity, as it says in our tour-description - huskies are the ones that run fast. If we would force our reindeer to run while pulling sledges, they would indeed be unhappy. Maybe I did not make myself clear enough about my feelings towards my culture and it was misunderstood somehow. Naturally I do not feel guilty for participating in my own culture, but I do feel guilty for not learning it properly, in this case the technique of joiking, since my grandmother was Christened in the early 1900's and was taught that joyking was "wrong" and never allowed us to learn it either. A lot has been lost in the centuries of colonization of Sápmi, and it is the task of us, the young generation, to rebuild and revive our culture, language and traditions. Projects like Tromsø Lapland give us an important platform for doing so, by working with, reflecting about and sharing our culture. If you ever visit Tromsø again, we are happy to give you a free tour and hopefully a better experience.
Written July 22, 2020
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Sarah_Hampshire69
Romsey, UK160 contributions
Fun and informative
This was a great evening’s entertainment. My son loved feed the reindeer whilst the adults in our party were fascinated by the talk about Sami culture delivered by our friendly, engaging host. Good coffee, delicious food. Highly recommended.
Written January 6, 2020
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Bernhard S
Dear Sarah, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience. We are really happy to hear that you and your family enjoyed your visit to us. Best, Bernhard
Written September 18, 2020
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Miguel Angel U
Bogota, Colombia4 contributions
Great Experience, a little too rushing
We enjoyed a lot the tour. The reindeer Sledding under a sky full of stars and a beautiful aurora was certainly an unforgettable experience. The food and the sami culture introduction were also very good. I would only suggest to allow visitors 15 minutes (you don't need more) to take pictures of the Aurora. Some of us have travelled from the other side of the world to have the chance to take these pictures, and this chance is very rare. Therefore, it is disappointing when you're all the time rushed into the next activity and are not given the time to take a nice picture of a landscape you won't see again in a long time.
Written December 26, 2019
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PerS662
Dear Miguel, Thank you so much for taking the time to write us an review. We highly appreciate the feedback! We always strive to make every tour unique for our guests and visitors and we will take your feedback as a way to improve for future guests and tours. Best regards, Team Tromsø Lapland
Written November 20, 2020
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Nick T
6 contributions
Sami culture at its best
A very engaging and welcoming activity for all. Lovely hosts and we left not only understanding more about the Sami culture, but also a fantastic night of sledging, great food, music but also we saw the Northern Lights! Definitely recommend and not a commercially run event which was refreshing. Sami culture presented by Sami people. Thank you.
Written December 21, 2019
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PerS662
Dear Nick, Thank you so much for your kind review. We truly appreciate the great feedback. Thank you for choosing us! Sincerely, Team Tromsø Lapland
Written November 27, 2020
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Wendy S
Auckland Central, New Zealand66 contributions
Magical Evening
Dec 2019
Omg, just returned from this trip this evening. We got to go reindeer sledding, feed the reindeer and then had reindeer stew in a lovely tent while we learned about the Sami. An added bonus was seeing the northern lights while we were sledding. Would definitely recommend this trip. Take the suits they offer you, we had three layers on, but it was minus ten and it gets cold after a few minutes. Just amazing.
Written December 13, 2019
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PerS662
Dear Wendy S, Thank you so much for taking the time to write us an review. We truly appreciate the kind words and feedback! Sincerely, Team Tromsø Lapland
Written November 27, 2020
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

CA Ronquillo
Baguio, Philippines40 contributions
A memorable tour with reindeer and a fascinating Sami woman
Nov 2019
My sister and I were picked up at downtown Tromso and we rode a bus out to the Tromso Lapland camp 45 minutes away. It was a very scenic drive where the lights got scarcer and scarcer. When we got to the camp, we were given an option to suit up in the provided suits and boots, which we did. Half of our group, equipped with head lamps walked down to an area where the reindeer were patiently waiting. A female reindeer whisperer instructed us on how to ride and get off the wooden sleds and taught us how to behave around the reindeer making sure we didn't startle them in any way. We soon felt the reindeer pulling on the sleds tied and lined in a row. It was quite the experience hearing the sound of reindeer hooves as you look out into a starry sky seeing the Norwegian mountains in the distance. Snow had fallen the night before so we had quite a long enjoyable ride, trying to take photos without startling the reindeer with light and thinking about existential stuff, I guess that's the effect of feeling so detached from the noise and lights of a city. After the ride, we walked up to a light which turned out to be a small fire as we got nearer. Here we swapped with the other half of our group who headed for the sleds as our group were welcomed by a friendly woman in a Sami dress. She introduced herself as Lene, as she asked us, with little convincing, to gather around the fire. She told us that she was a co-owner of the camp with some other Sami people from her village. She was very intelligent, friendly and proud to be Sami. We were soon taught how to feed the reindeer who were in a corral just beside the camp fire. With buckets on our shoulders, she led us into a gate and as soon as we lowered the buckets, we were met by several reindeer eager to be fed. They do shove and force themselves toward the buckets but never in a scary "Rudolph is gonna eat me" kind of way. As they feed, you can pet them and even touch their antlers. They were quite a hungry bunch, so Lene had to go out and come back with a wagon to satiate them. Once we were done, we met up with the other half of our group inside a warm tent structure where we had hot drinks and a very delicious Sami stew, with guess what, reindeer. It was a little odd eating reindeer right after petting and feeding them but once we tasted the hot soup, we just brushed it off as the circle of life. As we ate, Lene regaled us with stories and showed us different traditional things like a reindeer coat, boots, and told us about "joik"ing and Sami culture. We had clear skies that night, but the Northern Lights were being shy so we didn't get to see them, It was a memorable night nonetheless.
Written December 12, 2019
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PerS662
Dear alternati, Thank you so much for taking the time to write us such a great an honest review! We truly appreciate the feedback and will make sure Lene gets this message. Sincerely, Team Tromsø Lapland
Written November 27, 2020
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CEB126
Glagsow14 contributions
Great to be so close to reindeer and learn about Sami culture but not great value for money
Nov 2019
The bus pick up in Tromso city centre was efficient and convenient and took us to the reindeer camp which was 45 minutes drive away. During both the outward and return journeys the driver was using a mobile phone (not hands free) and at times he had no hands on the wheel while he used the phone which was very alarming, especially as the roads were covered in snow, narrow and winding.

Once we arrived at the camp we were given warm clothes and taken on a reindeer sled ride under the moonlight which was magical. After the sled ride we got to feed the reindeer so was lovely to get so close to these beautiful creatures and meet the herd.

Hot food and drinks were served inside a cosy hut and our Sami guide gave a very interesting history of Sami culture and sang a few yoiks after which the bus took us back to the city.

However, as the trip was advertised as a Northern Lights viewing together with the reindeer experience I was surprised that no time was specifically dedicated to go outside and look for the lights as had been the case for other trips I had booked with different tour operators over the course of the same visit. The Northern Lights weren't even mentioned by the guide. Unfortunately not long after we had departed to head back to the city the lights made an appearance at the reindeer camp so it was very disappointing that we had not had the opportunity to view them and this had not been included as a part of the trip, despite being advertised as such. Other trips (different tour operators) I went on during the same visit were much more proactive in trying to help guests see the lights - continuously checking for activity, providing information on how and when to spot them and stopping the bus at different points of the journey to look for any activity - especially on nights when it was expected to be be a good chance of seeing them.

Overall the reindeer experience and learning about Sami culture was very enjoyable but over priced, especially compared to other actives offered by other local operators. The lack of any time dedicated to looking for the Northern Lights was misleading based on how the trip was advertised. Had the trip included several hours to be outside at least looking for the lights with an experienced guide this might have justified the cost but without this activity the cost should have been in the region of 70-80 NOK not double this price.
Written November 19, 2019
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PerS662
Dear CEB126, Thank you for taking the time to write us an honest review. We appreciate the honest feedback! Our guests safety is our main concern at all points during our activities. If one of our drivers were speaking on the phone without a handsfree widget available, this is something we do not take lightly on and we will make sure that this does not happen again. We are sorry to hear that you feel the northern lights wasn't focused enough during your evening sledding trip. We always prioritize to make time for them during the activity, but looking for the northern lights depends on both weather and predictability. As you are mentioning there was a full moon and clear skies during your trip, we always make time to see the lights if they can be seen. We are sorry to hear that you didn't feel the price you paid matched the experience. Our price point is a bit higher than other activity providers in Tromsø, mainly due to our combined packages. Our activities includes both scenic transfers, free clothing rental and warm meals. If you ever return to Tromsø we would love to have you as a guest again and we will do better! Best regards, Team Tromsø Lapland
Written December 4, 2020
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WanderLust1776
Hampshire, UK39 contributions
An Incredible Night!
Feb 2019
Tromso Lapland offers Reindeer Sledding both during the day and at night. I'm so glad we chose to go at night because we ended up having the most amazing ride, looking up at the Northern Lights!

Our guide was Johnny - an authentic Sami. He met our group at the Radisson Blu hotel and drove us to the Sami Reindeer Farm - about 45 minutes outside of Tromso. Johnny was really great, very funny. Several of the ladies on the tour found him attractive, so he was quite a popular guide!

As soon as we arrived at the Reindeer farm, the Northern Lights began to show themselves. Johnny told us to hurry up and change into thermal outfits so that we didn't miss them. As it turned out, we had such fantastic activity and on a perfectly clear night, that we enjoyed them throughout our visit.

Once suited, they split us into two groups. One group went sledding, while the other group got to feed and pet the reindeer. Afterwards, we switched. My husband and I were in the group that went sledding first. The sleighs hold two people and are all tied together. The ride is quite slow and calm - just perfect for admiring the Northern Lights above. It was the most magical experience. Johnny was so impressed by the activity that he stopped the sleighs and even stepped out to snap some pictures.

After the sleigh ride we were instructed how to feed the reindeer by a very nice Sami woman named Sara. The reindeer can be a bit intimidating at times, especially as they sometimes get a bit rough with one another in order to get to the food. But they are quite good with people. As fun as it was feeding them, it was so cold out that night that people began to leave the reindeer pen in order to try to warm themselves by the fire. My hands and feet were so cold they were hurting, so I too eventually abandoned the feeding for the fire.

Once the second group finished their sleigh ride we were allowed in to the lavvu, which was lovely and warm inside. It was decorated with twinkling lights and furs. It was so nice to be able to drink something warm at that point. We were offered reindeer or vegetable stew. I tried the reindeer stew, which seems a little sad after having just fed and petted them, but it was very good.

During dinner, Johnny told us more about the Sami culture. Before this trip, I knew hardly a thing about the Sami. It was really fascinating. He performed a joik - a traditional Sami song and showed us different types of Sami clothing. I was having so much fun, I didn't want to leave. But eventually, it came time for us to head back to Tromso.

Before Johnny left, he told us that if anyone wanted a copy of the pictures he took of the Northern Lights, to just leave him our email address. The next day he sent us these amazing photos of the lights dancing around the reindeer.

All in all, it was one of the best experiences of my life. Johnny and Sara were the most gracious hosts and I'm really grateful i had the opportunity to be introduced to Sami culture.
Written September 8, 2019
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PerS662
Dear Wander, Thank you so much for the great and kind review! Johnny is a great guide and one of our main guide. We will make sure he gets your kind words! Best regards, Team Tromsø Lapland
Written December 4, 2020
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Misha Mohid
Singapore, Singapore508 contributions
Awesome
Jan 2019 • Friends
Learned a lot about the sami culture. Tried reindeer stew. Went for reindeer sledding. I enjoyed the sledding even though it went only one round at the same place. Didn’t managed to catch the northern lights while we were reindeer sledding but our guide were SUPER good. He looked out for any northern lights activity while we were in the bus on our way back to the drop off point. He stopped the bus right away at a quiet road after he spotted the northern lights. Worth every penny by booking the tours with them.
Written February 6, 2019
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PerS662
Dear MischaHendriks, Thank you so much for the kind words and feedback. We highly appreciate it! Best regards, Team Tromsø Lapland
Written December 11, 2020
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J DTexas
San Jose del Cabo, Mexico16 contributions
Almost had to check bucket list
We booked this tour and only had minimal northern lights activity. Quite frustrating.
Understandably the occurrence is unpredictable as it is a weather phenomenon. The staff Ken and Yohan were amazing host as well as the lady that served our reindeer stew.
The only reason it's 3 stars is being that it's not worth what they charge. They picked us up at 6 pm and it takes 45 minutes to get to base camp. They only gave us around 60 to 90 minutes window to get a chance to see AB activity.
For the amount they charge they should have at least have us stay a little longer to increase our chance of seeing activity. Yes it included a reindeer sleigh ride which is an experience but kind of one you would consider as lame. You're not missing anything if you don't get to do this activity.
Luckily the driver of the taxi they put us in was very nice and during my conversations with him he mentioned that the activity is actually expected more at 11 pm. Luckily we walked around Tromso Enter City and there was a show, so we still caught a glimpse of what AB is all about.
All in all, I wouldn't recommend this activity for the price they charge. Two things they can do to improve the service. Either they can lower the price or increase the time frame you are up there to have increased chance of seeing AB activity.
Otherwise spend your money elsewhere. Such a waste.
Written January 31, 2019
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KateyOB
KateyOB
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Amazing Experience
We had an amazing evening! Reindeer sled riding, overnight in a Sami tent, traditional Sami dinner and the Sami gu
EmeraldDiva
EmeraldDiva
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Disappointing
The sled ride was exactly as you see on the website, not exciting, but a good experience anyway. Feeding the rein
fatzmo
fatzmo
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Enjoyed the reindeer sledding
It was a different activity , reindeer sledding which is quite calm and moves slowly but the views all around are b
83cezard
83cezard
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Sleeping in Lavu is great, deer sledding is not that cool
Staying in the Lavu is a great experience. Cozy and warm. The dinner was not that tasty. We had only the vegetarian
charlene_veverka
charlene_veverka
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Sami Experience with Reindeer
It was a great experience to see the Sami culture and learn about their traditional way of life. I enjoyed the simp
Spiedie
Spiedie
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Amazing experience with reindeers, Sami-culture and Northern lights
Booked a trip via hotel Clarion The Edge. The busride itself was already an adventure with meters of snow next to
kazeve1966
kazeve1966
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Highlight of my trip
I stayed in February 2020. Had a great time, spent an hour with the reindeers sledding and feeding them. This was
Lisabelgium
Lisabelgium
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Okay, but not impressed
The scenic transfer is really beautiful, as well as the views ‘on set’. The reindeer were lovely, and we were frien
Bronwen C
Bronwen C
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Also sleigh ride
What a great experience! We so enjoyed the sleigh ride and did this at night time. Then reindeer feeding and a love
Madzinek_j
Madzinek_j
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Overnight in Saami Lavvu
My best experience ever. Best option for the people who spend all life in the city. Delicious reindeer meal, cozy l
wimheene2015
wimheene2015
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A worthwhile experience
Very nice trip starting from Tromso. We had bad weather but in spite of that we truly enjoyed the area, the hospita
Piotrek1980ps
Piotrek1980ps
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The reindeers were suffering
3 out of 12 reindeers were breaking down in the middle of the tour totally exhausted! As the guide didn't react to
ASG1989
ASG1989
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An amazing experience for all the family
First of all, we want to thank all Tromsø Lapland staff that today have been with us during the excursion. Reindeer
Cecile S
Cecile S
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Incredible experience
We slept in the lavvu after dinner and a tour in a sledge tracked by reindeers. We were able to feed them as well.
LaniG87
LaniG87
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Incredible Experience!
The reindeer feeding and sledding were so much fun! Afterwards, we had reindeer stew for dinner while learning abou
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