TAIGA HUSKY TOUR
Due to the current Covid-19 situation this tour is only available on request. Send us an email to email@example.com.
A wilderness husky tour of about 7 hours including a campfire lunch
The perfect way to experience the magnificent taiga forests of Lapland. Enjoy the sound of silence as you mush your own dog-team through the remote trails just north of Rovaniemi and the Arctic Circle. We travel 30 – 40 km during this tour. After or during the tour (weather dependent), we enjoy a campfire lunch. You can choose to drive your sled alone, or share the experience with a partner.
One sled is shared by 2 adults, half way there will be a chance to switch drivers. By purchasing one single supplement you reserve one sled per one person.
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11.1.2020 - 31.3.2021
Monday to Saturday daily
09:00 - 16:00 (time at the kennel)
Please confirm your pick up time with sales office
289,-€ per adult (2 persons per sled)
369,-€ per adult (1 person per sled)
- Transfers from/to Rovaniemi
- Safety- and driving instructions
- 30 - 40 km drive with a husky sled (2 adults per sled, or 1 adult per sled)
- Campfire lunch
- Hot tea, coffee and or juice
- Arctic outer clothing
- Informative talk about huskies
- Snow goggles
- Transfers from Arctic Snow Hotel on request
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Transfers from Arctic Snow Hotel
Transfer price from Arctic Snow Hotel and Glass Igloos is 10,- euro per adult/child per direction. Please, contact us for booking and payment of the Arctic Snow Hotel transfer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pick up time and place
Please, check with the sales office the pick up place and time. It is very important to inform us your accommodation and mobile phone number, in case we need to contact you in Rovaniemi. During pick up driver will look for you by your name.
We highly recommend to invest in good winter thermals and socks, to insure more pleasant experience during the tour and your holiday in Rovaniemi. Dress warmly, because it is better to be too hot than too cold.