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Adventurous Snowmobile Safari

Join us for an unforgettable snowmobile safari above the Arctic circle!


Camp Tamok
Prices from 1945 NOK

At our wilderness center Camp Tamok, only a 75-minutes scenic drive from Tromsø you can experience the magical winter landscape and fun of snowmobiling.

This half-day tour includes everything you need for a comfortable Arctic experience. Upon arrival you will be directed to the equipment room, where you will be provided with warm clothes and shoes for the day. Here you can also leave anything you don’t need on the tour. We will go through our safety instructions and give you some practical demonstration on how to drive the snowmobile.

You will drive in pairs with one driver and one passenger per snowmobile and plenty of opportunities to switch places during the two-hour snowmobiling adventure.

After driving back down the trail and parking the snowmobiles, we will serve you a hot meal in a traditional North Norwegian setting around the open fire in a reindeer herder’s tent. After relaxing and warming up, it is time to head back to Tromsø and tick another adventure off your bucket list!

Note! In order to drive the snowmobile you need to have a valid driver's license, age minimum 18 years and minimum height 130 cm.

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Step by step schedule of the package showing all activities and accommodations, view it here on the web or click the link on the right to download it to your device.

Meeting place: Outside the Magic Ice Bar, Kaigata 4, Tromsø.

Time: 16:45.

Duration til Camp Tamok: 75 min scenic transfer.

Duration of the activity: 4 hours (preparation, instructions, 2h snowmobiling, hot meal/relaxation at the camp)

Distance: 22km

At Camp Tamok, we will provide warm winter clothing - winter overall suits, boots, hat & mittens. However, we recommend dressing in warm winter clothing and in layers so you can adjust your clothing to the weather. 

After the snowmobiling adventure, we will serve you a hot meal in a traditional North Norwegian setting around the open fire in a reindeer herder’s tent. 

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