Husky Safaris

Vuokatti Husky kennel invites you to come and join in the magic of sled dog driving.

Ready for Adventure? Operated by Vuokatti Husky Oy

20 km Husky Safari | 4 hours

During this, night time hands on experience, the surrounding winter forest scenery and the thrill of our eager dogs will raise your spirits, as you jump on the runners of the sled. Weather conditions allowing, a clear night time sky may just offer us a magical view of aurora!

The trail is 20 km in length and the drive itself will last about 2,5 hours. The whole programme will last for about 4 hours. You will take control of your own team of dogs, that will guide you through the trail. This involves moderate physical activity and the use of your legs for kicksledding.

After the drive ends, we will also enjoy some Finnish hot berry juice and grilled sausages – a perfect way to warm up! Yet that’s not all – our team will also share intriguing insights into our Alaskan huskies, shedding light on their remarkable abilities and their life at our kennel. There will be photo opportunities at this point.

Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to connect with nature and our incredible huskies!

  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Price: 259 € / adult, 155 € / child
  • Group size: 4 – 12 person
  • Minimum 4 persons
  • Difficulty level: Moderate – Hard
  • Bookings: Please contact our sales team

Please note these:

  • For a seamless and secure experience it is important that participants must have a fluent understanding of either English or Finnish language to follow the driving instructions effectively. Alternatively, you may choose to be accompanied by a translator to ensure clear communication during the tour.
  • Another key requirement is that participants must have adequate physical ability to drive the sled (not Husky Ride), as this activity involves physical effort, especially leg work.
  • Safety is paramount. Children must be accompanied at all times, by a responsible adult.
  • Vuokatti Husky reserves the right to alter any programme or halt any tour if it is felt that anyone is endangering the dogs, themselves or other participants. We aim to ensure the safety and well being of everyone involved.