The landscape in Enontekiö is distinguished by its spectacular open and clear spaces, which you can only experience in the treeless wilderness. Once you cross into Enontekiö, the pines and spruce trees disappear, and the kingdom of the low-growing mountain birch begins.
The highest fells of Finland are located in Enontekiö, of which the most in area of Kilpisjärvi. The most popular ones of these are Saana and Halti. The spectacular views cannot be described by words, and even a picture cannot deliver the feeling that the view from the top of the fell gives. You just have to experience it.
During this seven-day program we want you to experience pure Lappish authenticity, the Sámi culture, reindeer herding traditions, snowmobiling, and wonders of mother Nature from extremely cold winter nights with Northern Lights dancing on the skies.
|Departure from accommodation at least 4 hours before the flight.
Day 1: Arrival
As you step off the plane, you catch your first breath of the cold, clean air as you are welcomed by your guide that will drive you to your accommodation. You have free day to relax or get to know the village.
Day 2:Tour of Kilpisjärvi by Snowmobile
Day 3: Husky Sledding Self Driving Excursion
After a quick intro to the dogs, you will be given detailed sleigh driving instructions. Once you feel prepared, we will head out on safari. The beginning of the route has a few exciting twists and turns, so get ready for an adventure!
Half-way through the tour, we will stop for a break to give the dogs a quick rest and get some pictures. From this point on, the track is smooth and open, providing a great view of the famous Saana fell.
Once we get back, you can help bring your dogs back to their homes. At the same time we’ll tell you about each individual, how they’re cared for, and what makes a great sled dog.
Afterwards you will be transferred to your accommodation.
Day 4:Snowshoeing in the vicinity of Saana
Day 5: Life of a Reindeer
Day 6:Arctic Dinner & Glass Igloo Stay
At dinner a Lappish three course dinner menu will be served at our Goahti, a Sámi hut, around a blazing fire. Our menu is changing weekly and we’re happy to take into account your special dietary requirements.