Reindeer Spotting in Lapland

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Another free but fun activity, as long as you first get to the “far-from-everything” Lapland. Rudolp will be there, and where there is one reindeer, there will be more. Much easier than elk spotting. Cute animals!

For more pictures about reindeer and beautiful Lapland I recommend you to take a look at this blog.

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6 comments

  1. […] Last summer camping was so much fun, that we want to do it again. This time it is time to explore the far north, the Finnish Lapland, to let our kids meet Santa and do some reindeer spotting too. […]

  2. […] and Santa, the landscape, the 24 hrs sunlight or darkness, with good luck the northern lights and reindeers. I also recommend getting to know the Saami culture, *to do a hike* and drink from one of the […]

  3. Fantastic! I’m not sure when we will get there but it’s a place is love to see with the kids

  4. Right on cue this evening at bedtime he started to question the existence of the tooth fairy. Maybe I’d better go book those flights now… 🙂

  5. I actually would like to go to Lapland before the kids get old enough to twig to that whole Santa thing 😉 Guess I’d better get my skates on, then! (What age is that these days??)

    1. Lapland is an amazing place to travel in, lots to see and to do that are quite different to other places. I have started to doubt Santa now at 30+: the last time we tried to visit him at the Arctic circle, he was on a coffee break 😀

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