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Inari Reindeer Farm, Inari

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  • We arrived to the farm without bookings and got to feed the reindeer even though they were closed due to Covid-19. The farmer was super nice and welcoming and thought us a lot about the reindeer...  more »
  • This was a tour/activity offered by the Wilderness Hotel Inari. Although you don't get to do a full-fledged reindeer sledding (just a short track around property), the visit is worth it! The owers.....  more »
  • We did an afternoon trip here and it was just lovely. We also got a sleigh ride and the staff were amazing with my dad who was in a wheelchair, they ensured he did not miss out and provided a blanket....  more »
  • Didn't look like much, they asked 30 euro per person (x 6 of us) for a tour of 1,5 hours, but couldn't imagine what you would do all that time in a small farm. They couldn't let us in right away either and we would have to wait. We didn't have that much time as we had to head back South. Then when we stopped to discuss what we should do and three reindeer showed themselves through a fence and some of us snapped few quick photos they tried to charge us 10 eur per person to take photos of 3 reindeer through fence. Overpriced and nothing really to see.
  • Overseas Adventure travel group of 25 visited the Inari Reindeer Farm. The Sami's who met usvwere dressed in Sami costumes. One man beat on a tree with a stick. The reindeer came running. We each were able to feed the reindeer. The owner discussed how the reindeer are raised. We all sat in a large lodge and learned more about the Sami culture. Those who wished could try their hand at tossing lariat at reindeer antlers on a saw horse. We had a wonderful time.
  • Our Family was there, and it was amazing. We were able to feed the reindeers, to drive the reindeer sledge, with them and get known, a bit, to the culture sami culture. I would love it to come again as soon as possible. Thank you to this friendly and open People!
  • Found the place on the internet first, then checked out the tourist info centre in Ivalo and got it recommend too, so decided to go. Got there a bit late about 12:30 or so because of the problem with the car. When I got to the car park, where the tourist bus was already parked, I was.approached by the member of the staff who informed me that I have to leave. He then told me that the farm is for group visits only. So I decided to leave empty-handed (after 1 hour drive from Ivalo), but I had to sort out the car first. Meanwhile, when I was busy with the car, my wife decided to take few pictures. Immediately the same person came to us again and told me to leave immediately because "she taking pictures and this service is not offered..." So I had to drive a malfunctioning car with a 1.5 year old baby on board in a very dangerous winter conditions to public road to get off the farm property. Bottom line: very negative experience. Do not go even if they offer you cash. Problems: - poor information; - rude and ignorant personnel
  • They will smile to your euro bills. 0 hospitality. Just avoid.

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