Togo Memory Tour

4 days and 3 nights


This program focuses on our friends, the huskies, and mushing (driving a team of sled dogs). This tour is perfect for those who want to experience a true Arctic adventure and do so without sacrificing comfort. All nights will be spent at the kennel. You will have the chance to observe wildlife in the Arctic wilderness and admire the northern lights far away from any light pollution. Of course, mushing and time with the adorable huskies will not be missed out.


Day 1 – Arrival to the camp

On the first day we will pick you up from Kiruna airport or at your hotel in town. The drive to Moskojärvi takes about 1 hour. From our parking lot we will continue by snowmobile for about 3 km before we reach the camp.

Over a hot cup of coffee, which we cook on the open fire, you will get acquainted with each other and with the guide. He gives you all the information about the upcoming adventures and is happy to answer any questions you might have. After everyone is equipped and our lovely dogs are greeted, your guide will give you instructions on how to harness a dog, attach to the gangline and how to drive a dog sled. Once all the dogs are harnessed and ready to go, you will be off on your first introductory and exploratory tour. During this you can familiarize yourself with the dogs, the sled and the equipment.

Once you get back at camp you will have dinner soon. We will spend the evening together and with the cuddly dogs and soon after go to bed to recover from the many impressions.

Day 2 – Through the wintering grounds of the moose

The day begins with an extensive breakfast. Afterwards you are welcome to watch and also help feeding the dogs. On this day we will drive an impressive tour through the forests, snow covered tundra and over the frozen rivers and lakes. The area is beautiful and is a wintering ground for moose. So there is a good chance to meet the king of the forest and other wildlife in person. We will have dinner and overnight stay back at the camp.

Day 3 – Another wonderful tour through the forest, across the vast tundra and frozen lakes

As always, in the morning we have our breakfast, followed by the feeding of the dogs. Afterwards, we pack our things and go on the trail again. Back at the camp we enjoy a tasty dinner and let the evening fade away. You will spend the night either in one of the comfortable rooms or on request and for an extra charge in one of the three Aurora huts for 2 people. Of course, the sauna is heated and ready.

Day 4 – Slowly back to civilization

Today is already the last day of our Arctic adventure. Like all previous ones, it starts with feeding the dogs and a delicious breakfast for us humans. After that it is time to head back to civilization. For this, we enjoy a nice ride on the snowmobile back to the parking lot. From there we take the minibus back to the city of Kiruna or to the airport.

Additional notes

  • The tours sometimes demand physical performance from you, depending on the weather. An honest assessment of your own fitness if therefore important. This tour requires a minimum level of physical fitness
  • As our program and activities are dependent on the weather, we reserve the right to make short-term program changes
  • Please let us know as early as possible if you have any special needs, such as food allergies, special dietary habits, etc
  • At camp there is a possibility to stay in one of the 3 Aurora huts (2 people with panoramic windows) for an extra charge

Services included in the program

  • All accommodations in 2-4 bedded rooms in the lodge, shared toilets and shower
  • Full board (breakfast, simple lunch, dinner, soft drinks)
  • Mushing jacket, trousers and boots
  • We drive with a tam consisting of 6 dogs and 2 sleds per team, So everyone rides their own sled
  • Prerequisite for the implementation of the program is the participation of at least 2 to a maximum of 14 people.

What you have to take with you

  • Ski jacket, ski pants, winter boots
  • Warm cap, possibly made of fur
  • Finger gloves (wool) for working with the dogs
  • Thick warm mittens for mushing
  • Slippers or hut shoes
  • Warm woolen socks
  • Warm underwear
  • Sweaters
  • Headlamp or torch with batteries


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