SNOWMOBILE TRIP UP TO THE FELLS

Availability: Usually from December to April. It depends on how early we get snow. If we can arrange it earlier than December, we will.

SNOWMOBILING ONLY

Duration: 2 hour trip
Day: Saturday
Cost: One person per snowmobile, 175€ per person. If you don’t want to drive, you can sit as a passenger or in the sled. Price for this is starting from 135€ per person (Incl. guide, snacks & warm drinks, fuel, insurance (deductible 960€ / snowmobile), helmet and warm clothing if needed)

SNOWMOBILING & ICE FISHING

Duration: 2-3 hour ice fishing trip
Day: Saturday
Cost: One person per snowmobile, 195€ per person. If you don’t want to drive, you can sit as a passenger or in the sled. Price for this is 155€ per person (Incl. guide, snacks & warm drinks, fuel, insurance (deductible 960€ / snowmobile), helmet, warm clothing if needed and all equipment needed for ice fishing)

If you have ever wanted to take a trip to the top of the fells and see the beautiful and vast landscape of the Finnish Lapland in the winter, this trip is for you. Together with experienced snowmobile guides from TenoSafarit, we will take you to see the arctic wilderness on snowmobiles.

ABOUT DRIVING A SNOWMOBILE

You can drive a snowmobile in Finland if you are 15+ years old and have at least a T, LT or B category driver’s licence issued in an EU or EEA Member State or if you hold a driving licence issued in Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan or a country that has signed the Geneva or Vienna Road Traffic Convention (you can check the countries here. In some occasions you need to present either an international driving permit (IDP) or an official Finnish or Swedish translation of your national licence. Usually you don’t need an IDP, if your licence in written in English and it clearly shows a picture of the driver, ID and the category of your licence. If you are unsure whether you need IDP or not or you have any concerns about the driving licence, don’t hesitate to ask. We are happy to help you.

You must also fulfil the current age requirements for driving in Finland. Your driving licence will be valid regardless of whether you are visiting Finland as a tourist or are a permanent resident.

If you would like to join a snowmobile trip, but you don’t want to or can’t drive a snowmobile yourself or if you have children under 15, let us know. We will then do our best to arrange a trip everyone can join.

We reserve the right to make changes according to weather, safety and other such conditions.

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