Camp Tamok
Reindeer Sledding
Reindeer sledding
Reindeer sledding daytime
Reindeer sledding daytime
Bonfire Camp Tamok

Reindeer Sledding Daytime

Camp Tamok & Ice Dome

This tour is conducted by Camp Tamok & Ice Domes. Join us for an authentic Sami culture and reindeer sledding experience at our wilderness center Camp Tamok, a 75-minute scenic drive from downtown Tromso in Northern Norway. Daily departures via scenic fjord and mountain landscape every morning throughout the winter season offer wonderful views.
Upon arrival at Camp Tamok, we dress in warm winter clothes and boots and then head off to explore the ancient part of Sami culture and try the oldest form of transport in the north. As our reindeer herd is some distance from our barking huskies, your adventure will start with a short transfer by minibus to our Sami Camp. This fascinating cultural adventure includes reindeer sledding, introduction in lasso throwing, storytelling about the Sami culture and feeding the reindeer. This is a soft adventure, as we call it, since it is friendly and suitable for all family members even the youngest ones. The Sami culture & Reindeer sledding takes 1,5 hour itself.

After this unforgettable encounter with the indigenous Sami people, you will return to Camp Tamok where we will serve you a hot meal around an open fire in a reindeer herder’s tent. After relaxing and warming up, it is time to head back to Tromso and reflect on a memorable experience.

Transfers both from and back to the city
English-speaking guide
Winter overall suit, boots, mittens, hat
Hot meal (warm stew) and hot drinks

Please bring: scarf

Departure time: 9am (09:00)
Latest meeting time and place: 15 minutes before departure (8.45pm/08:45), outside the Magic Ice Bar, Kaigata 4
Duration: 7 hours
Level of difficulty: very easy
Number of participants: 2 – 20

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