EVENING TOUR

To try to see the Northern lights

1300 sek

per person

We do not recommend this tour for children under 12 years old

To book

EVENING TOUR

With 4 guests max per tour, we offer more personal dog sledding tours.

Our goal is to give our guests the best experience possible.

 

We will be happy to extend the duration of the tour if the lights appear. However please note that this is not a photography tour.

 

Duration: 3 hours (transfer and coffee break included)

Starting time from December to February: 6.00 pm

Starting time in March: 7.00 pm

Included: hotel transfer, coffee break, snow overall, snow boots, warm hat, mittens

 

After a 15 min transfer to our kennel, we will give you some warm equipment.

After a short explanation on how to sit on the sled, we will prepare the dog team.

The drive will last about 20-30 min through the forest and some open spaces (frozen marshes and a lake).

The headlight of your guide will allow you to enjoy the landscapes despite the darkness.

We will stop for a short break to warm up in a little wooden hut on a frozen lake where we will serve you a warm drink (coffee / tea / hot chocolate) and some cookies.

The lake is a perfect place to see the Northern lights if they appear.

Then, we will drive back to the kennel, taking a slightly different way.

 

Please note that we cannot guarantee to see the Northern lights during the tour as they are a natural phenomenon that we cannot control.

 

To book a tour, please email us the following information:

  • the name of the tour
  • the date
  • the number of participants (age of the children)
  • the hotel or address where you will stay 
  • Your mobile number (with your country code) in case of emergency on the day
  • Are any of the participants over 100 kg?
  • Do any of the participants have medical conditions which could affect the tour?

 

We take payments on the day of the tour by cash or card.

Stéphanie Peluchon - Owner & Guide

Stéphanie is French and has lived in Lapland since 2008.

She founded her company, Husky Voice, in 2011.

During the tours, she shares with her guests her love for huskies

and for Sweden.

About us