This exclusive wildlife tour takes you to most remote areas in Europe, near the Russian border. Tour includes a lot of new experiences, long day tours on the tracks of wolves and wolverines, optional sleeping in the hide cabin; your wildlife vacation is full of exciting moments! You will have also good time to enjoy the silence and rest during your wilderness holiday. Learning about the wildlife and wolves is always interesting. Also skills of managing in wilderness includes in this winter tour. A bit of luck is also needed when we try to see the magnificent Northern lights and these extremely shy wild animals. Sea eagles and golden eagles are living here so it might be possible that you see these big birds also gliding silently above the white untouched snowfields.
• Place: Arctic Giant in Paltamo, Kuikka Base Camp in Kuhmo, Finland • Availability: 18.3-23.3.2019 • Duration: 6 days, 5 nights • Number of participants: minimum 4 persons, max. 14 persons • Price: 1890 € / person • Price includes: Return transport from Kajaani Airport to Paltamo and Kuhmo, activities due to the program, guidance, meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner), accommodation in two person’s rooms, sauna and shower every day. (Optional accommodation for two nights in wildlife hide) • Price doesn’t include flights. • Equipment: Participants have their own boots, winter clothing, warm underwear etc. according to the cold weather. Please ask the whole list of equipment for the tour. • Equipment included in the price: Snowshoes, skis, sticks and skiing boots and all other special equipment needed in programs. • By additional cost: Winter clothing, mittens, head wear, boots 90 €/set/person/week. Supplement for return transfer Oulu Airport – Paltamo – Oulu • Payment: Invoice, cash, credit card. • Tour level: Intermediate. Previous skiing and trekking experience is not required. Moderate physical condition is desirable. • Languages: Finnish, English, Swedish • Insurance: We require participants to have their own insurance for skiing and other outdoor activities in Finland and in arctic weather conditions.