On the day of the activity, we will pick you up from the center of Rovaniemi. The duration of the journey to the reindeer farm is approximately 15 minutes. Upon arrival at the farm, we will be given instructions on how to safely board the sleigh. The distance of 2.5 km takes 45 minutes, and the 3.5 km takes approximately 90 minutes, depending on the weather conditions and the state of the snow. After the ride, we will warm up by drinking hot berry juice and eating something sweet in a typical Lapland house. We will also receive an informative talk about the life of reindeer and have the opportunity to ask any questions we may have.


The visit includes a short walk on a circular route of 400 meters (about 3 minutes in duration), which is only available when we have enough snow. It also includes feeding the reindeer, an informative talk, and a hot berry juice with gingerbread cookies.


The farm with which we have been collaborating for years is the only real one left in Rovaniemi. They have been dedicated to reindeer herding for more than 200 years. Come with us and experience a unique and authentic experience!


We practice sustainable tourism, not mass tourism. For us, offering quality over quantity is more important. This way, we can better attend to your needs and answer your questions. We strictly select our partners based on ethical and responsible principles to promote a more authentic and respectful tourism in Lapland.


Minimum group size of 2 people.

Cancellation policy:

We charge a cancellation fee of 10% if the reservation is cancelled 7 days or more before departure.

We charge a cancellation fee of 50% if the reservation is cancelled between 7 days and 24 hours before departure.

We charge a cancellation fee of 100% if the reservation is cancelled 24 hours or less before departure.

-Reindeer are animals adapted to living in cold climates and can survive in temperatures as low as -60 °C.

-In Lapland, there are 200,000 reindeer.

-Reindeer have an important cultural and historical function in the lives of the Sami herders. They are essential to their way of life and subsistence, providing food, clothing, and tools.

-Reindeer can run at speeds of up to 60 km/h. This allows them to move quickly through the snow and avoid predators.

-Reindeer have a unique adaptation for the Arctic winter: their fur changes color in the winter to blend in with the snow and keep them warm. In addition, their wide, sharp hooves allow them to walk on deep snow without sinking.

-The Sami have a very close relationship with their reindeer. They often call them by name and treat them as if they were family members.