For almost 10,000 years the Sámi people have lived in Arctic nature in northern Scandinavia. This indigenous culture is still very much alive based upon language, traditions and the reindeer.
You will meet Anna, a young Sámi woman, who lives there with her family. Brought up with reindeer herding, Anna has a vast amount of local knowledge to share with you.
In the lávvu (tent house) you will sit around the fireplace and listen to stories and joik (traditional Sami singing). You will also be served a three course meal prepared over an open fire, with locally produced ingredients.
The camp is situated just outside of Jokkmokk, close to the Arctic circle. Once you crossed the circle you will have a fabulous, once in a lifetime opportunity, to get close to beautiful reindeer while feeding them.
With a maximum of 8 participants per tour, there will be plenty of time for questions and discussions. A visit, to this wonderful part of the country, means that you get a unique opportunity to take part in an ancient culture, listen to the stories and learn about the Arctic way of life.
- Sámi guide
- Three course meal
- Encounter with the reindeer
Activity length: Approx. 4 hours on site
Price: SEK 2565 incl. transfer, stop at the Arctic circle, SEK 2165 excl. transfer
Number of participants: 2-8
14 December- 31 Mars. Reservations made on request. Pick up time 10.30 from Arctic Bath and back 15.30
(Closed 22-28 December)
Reservations must be made at least one week before the planned activity for guaranteed participation. Exceptions are made based on availability.