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Overnight Adventures in Luosto


Overnight safari to wilderness cabin

overnight adventure by snowmobile lapland

This is a unique opportunity to enjoy the Lapland as true Finns! On the safari you drive through Central Lapland’s forests, hills and swamps, right next to the Pyhä-Luosto National park. This safari is all about experiencing the relaxed, back-to-nature cabin lifestyle enjoyed by the locals!

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Day 1
Meet your guide at the Safari Club in Luosto where you are given warm safari clothing and driving instructions. The safari route for the first day takes you through some of the most beautiful parts of Central Lapland’s forest and hill region. A relaxing evening in a cozy wilderness cabin winds down the first safari day. There is now hurry as you heat the cabin, pick up the water from the crystal clear creek, prepare an evening meal with your guide and enjoy a sauna. Listen to the silence, take a walk in the moonlight or relax by the fire. You stay overnight in shared accommodation in the cabin.
 

Day 2
After a hearty breakfast it is time to get back on the snowmobiles and head back to civilization and Luosto.

Availability:
Available from mid-January 2017 until end of March 2017.

Guaranteed Departure Dates:
Tuesdays

Guaranteed Departure Prices:
Minimum 2 persons. 650 €,-/person.

Private departure Prices:
Minimum 4 persons: 780 €,-/person
Minimum 6 persons: 680 €,-/person
All prices are per person.
V.A.T. included.

Maximum capacity:
12 persons

Duration: approx. 28 hrs

Long safaris are the most comfortable and enjoyable when driven with 1 person per snowmobile. Single driving supplement: Eur 170/person V.A.T. included.

Price Includes
• guiding in English
• Overnight in shared accommodation, sleeping bags
• mentioned meals with water and coffee/tea
• snowmobile driving 2 persons/snowmobile, fuel, maintenance and limited insurance (self-liability max. Eur 980/accident)
• safari outfit: overalls, socks, boots, mittens, scarf, balaclava, helmet

Physical grading: (easy/ moderate/ demanding) easy

Participant’s own equipment:
Participants will carry their own equipment in backpacks.
Recommended own equipment: warm underwear and extra set of clothing.

Accommodation:
shared cabin, no own rooms, no shower, sleeping bags

Confirmation:
Please note that services are subject to availability at the time of booking.

Note:
Lapland Safaris reserves the right to change the prices.
Lapland Safaris reserves the right to change the program according to the availability of the requested services and according to the prevailing weather- and snow conditions.
All extras invoiced through Lapland Safaris will have 10% handling fee added.

Terms & Conditions:
Please see separate document for terms and conditions.

Overnight husky safari

husky sled overnight adventure lapland

Experience the ultimate Husky safari and overnight in the wilderness. During this safari you’ll have a chance to get a feeling of a real musher! You’ll be driving your own husky team (4-6 dogs) totally ca. 60 km. Overnight in Lappish wilderness cabin with shared accommodation. The cabin has a sauna, but no shower, indoor toilet or electricity. You will look after your own dog team, and help prepare the meals together. Breakfast and dinner are served in the cabin, the lunch on first day at an open fire in the wilderness. You’ll get outdoor equipment and sleeping bag and towel from us. For your personal belongings you can take a small backpack with you in the sledge.

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