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Inari Reindeerfarm

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Kittilantie 1445, Inari 99870, Finland
+358 50 0666444
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Wonderful family business

Owners are welcoming, informative and personable. We had such a great time meeting the reindeer... read more

Reviewed 20 March 2018
dream426
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New Jersey
Wonderful time with lots of activities done

We booked our Reindeer Farm visit thru our hotel (Wilderness Inari Hotel) and it turned our great... read more

Reviewed 5 March 2018
Adrian-Costin T
,
Bucharest, Romania
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Kittilantie 1445, Inari 99870, Finland
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Reviewed 20 March 2018

Owners are welcoming, informative and personable. We had such a great time meeting the reindeer and learning about Sami culture from an actual Sami family. We arrived and got to spend some time taking photos of the reindeer, Then we learned a bit about the...More

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Reviewed 5 March 2018

We booked our Reindeer Farm visit thru our hotel (Wilderness Inari Hotel) and it turned our great. Although our visit to the farm was a short one (about 2 hours) we had a chance to feed the reindeer, do a short ride, learn to catch...More

Thank Adrian-Costin T
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Reviewed 23 February 2018 via mobile

It's really nice to work with the Inari Reindeer Farm. Welcoming people, thanks to Odda, Jani and the whole family. A lot of informations about saamis, handicrafts. Handmade shop with quality products : knife, kuksa ... ! 👍🏼

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Reviewed 24 January 2018 via mobile

Such a lovely morning spent with a passionate man who showed us his amazing reindeer and told us what it’s like to be a reindeer farmer. Having a sleigh ride into the weilderness and the beautiful calming creatures feeding whilst we had tea made over...More

Thank Lucy B
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Reviewed 20 December 2017 via mobile

We booked Reindeer safari with Mr Pennti. He picked us up at time and drove us to his ranch. Along the way he spoke about the Sami people and their history. Once we arrived, we got the warm clothes and sat into the sleigh and...More

Thank Kukić F
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Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

We came with a group & our tour began by being introduced to the host family. We then went into an enclosure & were able to feed the animals & get up close & personal with the reindeer & the 3-4 week old calves. Much...More

1  Thank 168heatherb
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Reviewed 1 December 2016

Came here with a large student group. We were able to feed the reindeer. Afterwards, we had some free time while waiting in turns to take reindeer sled drives. There was a fire ready and a couple other activities to do. There were 4 person...More

Thank Shannon M
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Reviewed 21 November 2016 via mobile

We could feed the reindeers, experience some related experiences and go for a sledge ride. Then we went to a small traditional and cosy building drink some tee or coffee and they present us lots of information about Sami culture in different aspects and we...More

Thank Maria Inês R
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Reviewed 13 November 2016 via mobile

It was really nice to feed the reindeer and take photos of them. In Kota we learned a lot about Sami culture and life. The Yoiks were amazing! Most of our Finnish group thougth this visit was the highlight of our trip to Sodankylä and...More

Thank Laura Y
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Reviewed 13 March 2016

The hosts there were amazing, providing a short tour of the farm. It was possible to feed the reindeers and have a ride in the sledges. Strong recommend to visit, also nice authentic souvenirs.

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Cherry C
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Response from 168heatherb | Reviewed this property |
Hi, we went with a tour group which was organised, so I can't provide any more detail except what is on their website. I'd suggest maybe phoning rather than emailing, or getting a better contact through the Sami visitor... More
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