• Tour code: 6723HUSK
  • Location: Tromso, Norway
  • Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes (approx.)

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Delight in the wintery wonderland of Norway on a 4.5-hour husky safari experience from Tromso. Combine stunning scenery with an adrenaline-fuelled adventure as you undertake a breathtaking journey across Breivikeidet. Head to a husky farm located in the snow-smothered wilderness of Tromso, and then climb aboard your sleigh for an exhilarating ride. After your fun-filled ride, revitalize with a hot drink and a sweet cake in a teepee-like tent before returning to the city.

Highlights

  • Husky-sled safari from Tromso
  • Sit inside your own 2-person husky sled
  • Enjoy a thrilling husky-drawn sled ride in Breivikeidet
  • Glide around snowy fells, icy tundra and frosty woodlands

What You Can Expect

Lapland Husky Sled Safari from Tromso

Husky 1

Depart from your Tromso hotel in a comfortable, climate-controlled coach destined for a husky center. 

Feel your excitement heighten as you hear the raucous barks of more than 120 huskies at the snow-smothered farm. On arrival, greet the professional mushers (sleigh drivers) and get acquainted with the adorable dogs, all of who are eager bound across the frozen wilderness. 
After listening to a short safety briefing and donning a thermal suit, climb aboard your sleigh, choosing to sit down or stand on the runners, and set out to explore the enchanting landscape. Feel your adrenaline levels surge as the huskies break into a fast-paced sprint and the cold Lapland air brushes against your face. 

Watch snow-covered scenery whiz past. After approximately 1.5 hours of riding, return to the husky farm and relax with a hot drink and sweet cake in a fire-lit lavvo tent. 

Revitalized, return to your vehicle and reflect on your magical excursion during the journey back to Tromso.

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