Tromsø: Reindeer Sled, Dinner, and Northern Lights Day Trip

Activity provider: Tromsø Arctic Reindeer

Tromsø: Reindeer Sled, Dinner, and Northern Lights Day Trip

Activity provider: Tromsø Arctic Reindeer
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Feed the reindeer and go reindeer sledding at nighttime on this bus or van day trip from Tromsø. Savor a Sami dinner with reindeer herders and keep an eye out for the dazzling northern lights.

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Duration 4.5 hours
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  • Feed the reindeer and go reindeer sledding in the nighttime
  • Enjoy a traditional Sami dinner with the Sami reindeer herders
  • Listen to stories about their culture and beliefs
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Experience the magic of the artic on this nighttime reindeer sledding day trip with a bus or van transfer Tromsø. Enjoy a traditional Sami dinner with reindeer herders while they tell you about their culture and their beliefs. Have the chance to spot the northern lights dancing above you. 

Board your bus or van in Tromsø and embark on your artic adventure. Stop at a Sami camp and have a chance to feed the herd of around 300 wild reindeer who will eat from your hands. Feel the thrill of riding on a sled pulled by majestic reindeer.

Be invited for a cup of hot tea, coffee, or hot chocolate and warm up around the fire inside a candle lit gamme (traditional Sami hut). Taste a three course meal including bidos (a traditional Sami stew which is often served at Sami weddings and other special occasions) cooked over the open fire.

Join your hots in a lavuu (Sami tent) and gather round the fire to listen to stories about Sami culture. Learn what it is like to be a reindeer herder. Watch as your guide performs a joik (traditional Sami song). 

Step outside to see if the northern lights appear above the reindeer camp. Return to your meeting point in Tromsø at the end your tour. 

  • Return transportation by minivan
  • Guiding
  • 3-course dinner
  • Storytelling
  • Joik (songs)
  • Coffee
  • Snacks
  • Reindeer sledding
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • All required protective equipment is provided
    • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned

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    Meeting point

    Pickup is at the Radisson Blu Hotel.

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    What to bring

    • Warm clothing

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    • A vegetarian option is also possible for dinner
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.5 /5

    based on 265 reviews

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    An absolutely incredible experience, every member of staff went above and beyond to make the experience memorable. The staff were incredibly attentive and really took my coeliac disease into account and ensured I could eat safely. They took excellent care of ensuring that every visitor was looked after, and the reindeer were truly respected, understood and cared for. The addition of the appearance of the northern lights making a spectacular display ensured that the evening was wonderful. The folklore of the Sami people told around the fire was charming and informative and an incredible addition and end to a most fantastic evening. It is not to be missed.

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    March 28, 2022

    It was exiting to get so near by the reindeer. Five years ago, I have seen reindeers out in the mounting by distance and her you get opportunity to come near by this beautiful animals. I and enjoy this and thanks for this staying. Recommends to visit with warm heart

    March 3, 2022

    It was very fun to feed the reindeers, but we thought the sledding was supposed to last longer and that the reindeers would walk faster or run. The sleds were chained together and the guide walked in the front. The food was good, especially the stew was great. The cake was ok, but I wished they’d offered coffee to go with the dessert. The main guide, Elisabeth, did a great job talking about the Sami culture, but I wished she’d said more about how the Sami people were treated and their fight towards recognition. We were a bit surprised that the group was so large, so if you’d prefer a more intimate tour, you should choose one with smaller groups.

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    February 26, 2022

    Product ID: 180836