Snowmobiling Tours in Inari

The wast wilderness and purest sense of freedom awaits you.

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You can do the booking by sending me a WhatsApp message to +358 50 4946 993 or emailing if you have any questions. 🙂

Why should you choose Northern Polar Xperience for a snowmobiling tour?

Extraoridinary snowmobiling tours

This is a snowmobiling adventure in a landscape you couldn’t dream about. We’re heading off to the real wilderness for a complete day of snowmobiling and feeling the true sense of freedom – riding alone surrounded by the magnificent arctic nature.

The track we are riding is the one the locals usually drive – not tourists. And we guarantee you, the views and the sense of being alone in the wilderness just driving your snowmobile is worth it.

Join now for an adventure of a lifetime!

Snowmobiling Tours Prices

Basics Of Snowmobiling

During this safari we will introduce the world of snowmobiling for beginners. You will learn the basics of snowmobiling in the most beautiful wintry forests. Total duration is about 4 hours; including transportation by car (an hour per way, we are really heading onto the wilderness), 30 min introduction and 1,5 hours of driving.

There’s a chance to eat and enjoy some drinks in a restaurant or by an open fire after the ride.

Person driving alone190€ per person
Person sharing a snowmobile140€ per person

Arctic Explorer’s Ride

If you are a serious rider or just seeking a full day snowmobile tour, dive into this winter wonderland adventure! Feel the thrill as you navigate through pristine snowy trails, surrounded by breathtaking landscapes of ice and mountains.

Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned explorer, our guided safari promises a heart-pounding experience filled with adrenaline. Discover the hidden beauty of the Arctic, witness nature’s frozen artistry, and create unforgettable memories as you glide through the snow-covered terrain. Join us on this extraordinary journey and let the magic of the snowmobiling captivate your senses.

Soup lunch and hot drinks included.

Person driving alone310€ per person
Person sharing a snowmobile230€ per person

The driver needs a valid car driver’s license. The price includes guiding, snowmobile rental, route permits and insurance for the snowmobile. Self-liability fee in a case of an accident is 900 € / snowmobile. Children under 18 are not allowed to participate our snowmobile safaris.

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Photography Service – Capture Your Experience

If you want to focus 100% on the experience and don’t want to rule the immersion by using your telephone, we got a solution for you! You can book a professional photographer for our tours. Ask for more.

And of course, we are taking multiple stops to get some great photographs with you and the landscape even if you don’t want the professional photography service. 🙂

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You can do the booking by sending me a WhatsApp message to +358 50 4946 993 or emailing if you have any questions. 🙂

Frequently Asked Questions: Snowmobiling Tours in Inari

Q: What are the chances of spotting wildlife during a snowmobiling tour in Inari? A: While wildlife sightings are not guaranteed, Inari’s pristine wilderness offers excellent opportunities to encounter native wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for reindeer, foxes, and even the occasional glimpse of a majestic moose as you explore the snowy landscapes on our snowmobiling tours.

Q: What is the best time of year for snowmobiling in Inari? A: The ideal time for snowmobiling in Inari is typically from late November to early April when the region is covered in a thick blanket of snow. During these months, you can enjoy the thrill of snowmobiling in the winter wonderland of Finnish Lapland.

Q: Do I need previous snowmobiling experience to join your tours? A: No previous snowmobiling experience is required to participate in our tours. Our experienced guides will provide thorough safety instructions and ensure that you are comfortable and confident before setting off on your snowmobiling adventure. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced rider, there’s a tour suitable for everyone.

Q: What should I wear for a snowmobiling tour in Inari? A: Dress warmly in layers to stay comfortable during your snowmobiling adventure. We recommend thermal clothing, waterproof winter boots, insulated gloves, and a good-quality winter hat. Don’t forget to wear a warm winter jacket, and we provide helmets for your safety.

Q: Can I book a private snowmobiling tour for a more personalized experience? A: Yes, we offer the option to book private snowmobiling tours for a more personalized and exclusive experience. Whether you’re traveling solo, with a group of friends, or as a family, a private tour allows you to tailor the experience to your preferences and enjoy the wilderness at your own pace.

Q: How can I book a snowmobiling tour in Inari? A: Booking a snowmobiling tour in Inari is easy. Simply visit our online booking platform and choose the date that suits your schedule. Follow the instructions to complete your reservation securely. If you have any specific requests or questions, you can also contact us via email or phone, and our team will assist you in planning your snowmobiling adventure.

Q: Are there age or weight restrictions for snowmobiling tours in Inari? A: There may be age and weight restrictions depending on the specific tour. We prioritize safety, so it’s essential to check the requirements for the tour you’re interested in before booking. For family-friendly options, we have tours suitable for children and adults, ensuring everyone can enjoy the adventure.

Q: What type of snowmobiles do you use for your tours in Inari? A: We use modern and well-maintained snowmobiles for our tours in Inari. These snowmobiles are designed for the Arctic conditions and provide a safe and enjoyable riding experience. Our guides will provide instructions on how to operate the snowmobiles, ensuring your comfort and safety throughout the tour.

Join us for an exhilarating snowmobiling tour in Inari, Finnish Lapland, and experience the thrill of exploring the snowy wilderness while keeping an eye out for the region’s unique wildlife.