People and huskies out in the nature
Two girls playing with the puppies
Woman playing with a group of huskies
Alaskan Husky puppy
Woman playing with a puppy
Three  Alaskan Husky puppies
Common accommodation
Common accommodation

Midnight Sun camp and puppy training

Tromsø Villmarkssenter

This tour is conducted by Tromsø Villmarkssenter. The Arctic summer nights are basked in golden sunlight and filled with a unique peace and tranquility.
The tour is on request for a group of minimum 6 participants.

Leave your everyday-life behind and de-stress with our Husky puppies in the Arctic wilderness.

After the long, dark winter, the time of the Midnight Sun is a treat! For Norwegians it is a tradition to gather their families and friends around bonfires to grill sausages and marshmallows until late at night, relaxing, telling stories and working on a suntan.

Join us for an overnight stay in our campsite, where you can cuddle with our huskies, learn about the Alaskan Husky breed, sled dog racing and animal welfare. You can also take a stroll down to the seaside – and of course, capture your memories with the camera. Just ask your guide for help with taking the perfect Midnight Sun picture!

The night is spent on reindeer furs in a lightproof cabin, guaranteeing a restful sleep. The next morning our puppies are eagerly awaiting their training session. We will take them out into the wilderness around our center and then we get to work. Help us teach them sledding commands and how to work as a team with their human handlers.

Back at the campsite, a warm bowl of Bacalao, a traditional Norwegian fish-dish (vegetarian alternative available upon prior request) awaits you. A last goodbye to the dogs and then we make our way back to Tromsø.

Included: guiding, transfer (35 minutes each way), rain clothes and boots, all camping Equipment, breakfast, warm lunch
Please bring: all you need for an overnight stay
Departure time and place: 08:45pm (20:45) from Radisson Blu Hotel
Duration: 17 hours
Level of difficulty: medium. All participants must be able to trek uneven terrain while handling a dog. Small children and infants can participate if carried.

Private accommodation available upon request, recommended for families with small children.
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