Visit a Sámi winter residence, come and meet and feed reindeer. Enjoy a couple of hours spent gathered around the fire, where you can listen to a ‘joik’, the traditional Sámi way to musically tell a story and to remember the old ways.
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Genuine Sámi Culture Experience - Borrat
Visit a Sámi winter residence, come and meet and feed reindeer. Enjoy a couple of hours spent gathered around the fire, where you can listen to a 'joik', the traditional Sámi way to musically tell a story and to remember the old ways.
Untill recent years, the Sámi did not have a written language and so storytelling is an important part of their culture. You will listen to tales from ancient times untill today around the campfire. Stories about reindeer, the eight seasons and things you may sense only when you are able to live close to nature.
Guests will be invited to taste the traditional reindeer-meat soup, called köttsoppa and gáhkku, the traditional bread from the Sámi kitchen, fresh boiled coffee and cake. During the winter season, you will encounter reindeer at close quarters. To hand-feed them is a real adventure. You can learn basic skills how to throw the lasso.
For an additional fee, it is possible to book a private tour. Please send us your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
|***Price per person||1995 SEK|
|***Children 4 - 12||998 SEK|
Date : 15 December 2020
You meet at the Arctic Circle Monument on road 97
Anna will meet you at the "Polcirkel Monument" on road 97. From here you will follow her by car to the winter residence where the experience takes place.
Sámi guide, who speaks English and Swedish
Meet and feed the reindeer
Listen to traditional music (joik)
- The experience can be held in English & Swedish
- Warm jackets and boots
Please ware extra warm clothes. Being outdoors visiting the reindeer during winter can be extremely cold
- Transfer is not included
This tour is partly outdoors and partly int the typical Sámi tent the Lávvu.
We advice warm clothes while the experience is taking place in the coldest time of the year.
For the part inside the Lávvu by the open fire, it is warm but can still be a little fresh.
The tour is suitable for children as well. The prices are reduced.
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