Lyngen Safari

An excellent base for all kinds of activities in the area in both summer and winter, close as it is to the Lyngen Alps and with marked walking trails from the site and all around the fjord.

Activites

Lyngen Husky Safari

Join us for an exiting dogsledding adventure in the heart of Lyngen. You will be greeted by 60 happy Alaskan Huskies, waiting for you to run and cuddle!

Join us for an exiting dogsledding adventure in the heart of Lyngen, specifically , the Svensby area. You will be greeted by 60 happy Alasken Huskies, waiting for you to run and cuddle! Drive your own team of dogs through the scenic landscape, surrounded by the Lyngen Alps.

Sami siida of Lyngenalps

Welcome to our siida, Samicamp under the Lyngenalps. We invite you to learn more about reindeer herding, feeding of our reindeers and a taste of a traditional reindeer stew in our big lavvo.

Every year the reindeer arrive to the Lyngen peninsula in the spring for their summer pasture and travel back to Finnmarka for the winter season. In our camp you will meet some of the reindeer, who stay in Lyngen. Learn about the life of reindeer herders, both past and present.

Snowmobile safari in the Lyngen Alps

Join our two-hour snowmobile safari in the Lyngen Alps. We will take you on a scenic journey to the foot of the Lyngen Alps, a mountain range with peaks reaching 1,500 m above sea level.

We start the safari in gentle terrain and follow an approved snowmobile trail so you can learn to handle your snowmobile. We will then continue inland towards the Lyngen Alps, a mountain range with peaks reaching 1,500 m or more above sea level. There will be many stops, allowing you to take photos and enjoy the scenery.

Snowshoe walk in Lyngen

Join us for a two-hour snowshoe walk in the Lyngen region and enjoy wonderful views of the pointed Jægervasstindene/Lyngen Alps. The guide will take you on a round trip in the area of Svensby.

The snowshoe walk starts at Svensby Tursenter and takes you on a round trip in the surrounding area with views of the pointed Jægervasstindene/Lyngen Alps. The tour price includes a hot lunch after the walk.

About us

About us

Lyngen Safari is an excellent base for all kinds of activities in the area in both summer and winter, close as it is to the Lyngen Alps and with marked walking trails from the site and all around the fjord.

As there is very little light pollution, there’s a good chance you will see the Northern Lights from just outside your door. We offers a range of activities, including snowmobile safaris in the winter and boat hire in the summer. The area is also ideal for cycling.

Reviews

Ben
Ben

Ben

From England

Wow what a fantastic day. The guys were absolutely superb and the snowmobiles were top notch. The surroundings were so beautiful and the fish soup once were done was lovely. We were really looked after from start to finish. We can't wait to come back and join in this adventure again but during the night to chase the lights. Thanks again for a wonderful day !!

Brent
Brent

Brent

From Australia

I have gone snowmobiling before in Finland, but it was nothing like this incredible experience. First of all, the Lyngen Alps which is the setting for the ride might just be the most beautiful place on earth. The guides were really friendly and knowledgable - and given I was on my own and the rest of the small group all knew each other and mainly spoke French, they looked after me and paid special attention to me which was nice! The snowmobiling was an amazing experience and they were all very well looked after and clearly well maintained. But perhaps the best thing about this was their friendly dogs Freya the Border Collie and Quill the Husky. They were the most gorgeous and friendly dogs ever and getting to play with them before and after the snow mobiling was great!

Kinga
Kinga

Kinga

From Wales

We enjoyed our stay very much: deep snow, beautiful mountains, warm and cosy cabin. We could see the Northern Lights from the patio. The village is very quiet, it's a perfect place for relaxing. Definitely would like to go back