Won­der­ful wildlife

Woman's Own - - TRAVEL ESCAPES -

You can’t come to La­p­land and not are meet a Rudolph or two, as there than peo­ple in this part more rein­deer ma­jes­tic crea­tures of the world. These are very calm and slow as they pull and sleighs through the snow. Sit back and en­joy the peace­ful sur­round­ings beau­ti­ful skies as you snug­gle un­der ride warm blan­ket. At the end of the a there’s an op­por­tu­nity to feed the rein­deer and learn about tra­di­tional rein­deer hus­bandry from a gen­uine in herdswoman, while warm­ing up front of the fire in her home. She’ll even of­fer you home-made cakes. Husky rid­ing can be noisy but it’s great fun. Stand­ing on a wooden bark­ing dogs can feel frame with eight a bit scary, but they’re easy to control and you ride next to the in­struc­tor, us­ing sim­ple hand sig­nals to com­mu­ni­cate. If the dogs are too a over­whelm­ing for any chil­dren, then are roar­ing fire, hot juice and cook­ies the wait­ing in the cosy te­pee, where guides are happy to talk about how the they care for the dogs. A visit to ken­nels to stroke the pup­pies ends amaz­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. Dis­claimer: the You’ll want to take them all home!

A ride with the huskies won’t dis­ap­point!

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