You will have the opportunity to explore the majestic Lyngen Alps with a local guide on this scenic and safe Snowmobile Safari where you see most gorgeous nature. The area of the Lyngen Alps provides some of the most mesmerizing scenery in Norway. Throughout the tour, safety is of utmost importance as we will follow approved and established trails. The guide will give an explanation on how to drive the snowmobile. There will be two guests on each snowmobile, who may change seats halfway through the trip.
You will make several stops during our journey. This trip focuses on sightseeing, taking photos and enjoying the incredible scenery of mountains, fjords and forests. During the stops, the guide will tell interesting facts and stories. Once we’re back at the camp, freshly made fish soup will be served (vegetarian options are available on request when booking) with baked bread.
Important: in order to drive the snowmobile you have to own driving licence.
We have another option for morning tour for those who does not want to go on snowmobile: ice fishing and snowshoe walking tour.
This will include snowshoe walking to the frozen lake, drilling holes in the ice, fishing and tasting the self-caught fish which will be grilled on a bonfire. You will be brought to the camp where you’ll receive thermal suits, gloves, boots and hats for warmth. We will have a short ride to the frozen lake before the snowshoe equipment will be put on. Then we will walk out into the winter scenery. Sit back and relax as you try to catch lots of trout and char as you enjoy a hot cup of cocoa. The fish that you caught will be either prepared on the spot or at the camp in the Sami lavvu.
After you return to hotel, take a short rest and get ready to the beautiful Northern Lights cruise. Seeing the Northern Lights from the sea on a boat is an incredible opportunity and an unforgettable experience. The different places you will visit on this cruise should provide plenty of different views of the sky and offer several opportunities to see the Aurora Borealis.