Snowmobile safari to husky farm 3 h

169.00 

8.1.2020 – 21.3.2020
Wednesday & Saturday
9:30-12:30
169 € adult, 84 € child (4-14)
Group size 1 – 30
Has to be bought at the latest 48 h before starting time

Highlights:
*The thrills of snowmobiling and mushing in one adventure
*Snowmobile safari to husky farm
*4 km husky safari and husky farm visit
*Hot beverages are served around a campfire
*Total duration: 3 h

Description

Includes:
Thermal outfit, guidance in English, 2 persons / snowmobile, fuel, traffic insurance (maximum personal liability 980 €), husky farm visit and ride.

Meeting time & point:
9:30 Luosto: Lapland Safaris Luosto Safari Office, Luppokeino 2, Sodankylä 99555

Important:
Dress warmly, consider the current weather. You can pack an extra layer of clothing.
The driver of the snowmobile has to be at least 18 years of age with a driver’s license valid in Finland. Please take your driving license with you on the snowmobile safari as the police may check the validity of the license during the safari.

Available extras:

Product description:
The thrills of snowmobiling and mushing in one adventure. If you like huskies and snowmobiles, this safari is for you! After a brisk snowmobile ride, you’ll come to the husky farm where the dogs will welcome you with friendly barking. Experience a thrilling 4 km ride in a sled pulled by a team of huskies. Hot beverages are served around a campfire on the farm.
Each snowmobile is shared by two guests taking turns in driving. The driver of the snowmobile has to be at least 18 years of age with a driver’s license valid in Finland. Driving a motorized vehicle under the influence of alcohol or intoxicating drugs is prohibited by the laws of Finland.
Child price entitles children to a seat in a sled pulled by a snowmobile driven by the guide. Children over 140 cm in height are allowed to sit on the snowmobile behind an adult, when paying the adult price. Children under 2 years are not recommended to take part on snowmobile safaris. Snow Games Ltd reserves the right to deny the participation of small children due to safety reasons (e.g. demanding weather or trail conditions).