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Gáfestallan lávus – Coffee time in our lávvu

In the lavvo you will be served fresh brewed coffee over open fire, while the host will share about her familys reindeer herding and their traditions

We would love to invite you to our homestead and join us for gáfestallan in our cozy lávvu where we make fire and brew the world’s best coffee, made over the fire. While enjoying your fresh coffee and having a taste of our self-produced dried reindeer meat, we will let you in on our way of living as Sámi people and reindeer herders and of course you will hear more about our Sámi traditions and customs in the Karasjok area (Arctic North of Norway).

Your host is English-speaking and loves to share their knowledge and stories about her family’s way of living, their traditions, and customs as Sámi reindeer herders.

What to bring:
Bring warm clothes. We recommend two layers of wool for underneath the winter suit. They may smell a bit of smoke afterwards.

Included: Dried reindeer meat snack, fresh coffee or/ and tea, outerwear as winter suit, shoes and mittens for loan on request.

Time: 12:30 pm every day
Duration: 2 hours
Degree of difficulty: 1⁄4
Number of guests: 4-20
Season: 01st of November – 01st of April
Age limit: 0 Year

This trip can be combined with ”Reindeer feeding”.

Prices

Price 2023/24: NOK 1075,- per person
Children (4-14 year): NOK 540,-

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