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Tuula's Reindeer, Inari

4.6
Farm · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • Tuula was so friendly and told us everything about the life of a rain deer. We walked around the farm. Get to feed the deers and touch them. They are very tamed and if you give them food they let you....  more »
  • Sorry for the late review. As my title suggests I really did not want to make this visit. I was out voted 2-1 by our youngest and my wife. I was expecting some false over priced tourist attraction...  more »
  • This was a fantastic visit. Not only we saw, fed and pet the reindeer, but also the kids went on the sleigh with them and Tuula showed us the Inari Sami handicraft history. We had a fantastic time.  more »
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  • A nice and rare reindeer farm. Usually the reindeers are wild and free, so they are shy towards humans, but these ones are domestic animals almost and they like the interaction, mostly because they get food. The owner explained us a lot on reindeer, the different stages of their lives, their antlers, mating, food etc. It was a nice experience and not expensive. Even more fun if you have kids. The reindeers are super cute!
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  • brilliant! English explanations on reindeer husbandry. We gave them a meal. Then explanations by the hostess who lives there of her Sami origins and their way of life, as well as the shoe factory from reindeer skin. Livestock very respectful of animal welfare:)
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  • The only real interest of this visit is the outdoor outing to go and feed the reindeer of the owners who are in captivity. No big explanations. Then back in the House and explanation of some details of the local culture.. but hey, nothing captivating. brief. Nice but not a must and expensive for what you do there..
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  • Very cold (-34°C)aber interesting guide to the reindeer and an insight into the Sami crafts.
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