FállegoahtiSámi dinner in traditional hut
We will enjoy a dinner in a traditional Sámi hut named after a hawk. The hut lies 300 meters upstream of the River Tenojoki and is well hidden from the noises from the road and from people.
The hut has received its’ name from a hawk, who nested near the hut, on the Norwegian side, across the River Tenojoki. The hawk still lives on the area, as she can be seen flying low on the River Tenojoki valley and thus keeping us entertained, and those visiting the hut during summer nights.
During the dinner, you will hear lots of stories about Sámi life and the history of the culture. After dinner, we will quiet down and listen to an enchanting Sámi yoik performance. Your guide is dressed in his traditional Sámi dress, gákti.
Starter: Mushroom soup from local mushrooms
Main course: sautéed reindeer, mashed potatoes, lingonberries and mushrooms
Dessert: Squeaky cheese with jam, coffee, tea