Levi Huskypark

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Levi Huskypark
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Levi Huskypark offers different length huskyrides with over 20 years experience. On the guided tour in the park quests will meet and hear stories about sledge dogs' history and everyday life, animal training and movieanimals such as reindeers, arctic foxes and wolfhybrids. Huskypark is open around the year, on wintertime huskyrides and guided tours and on summertime guided tours and nature programs.
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Pratheesh Jaison
Dubai, United Arab Emirates282 contributions
Jan 2022
Amidst throngs of icy pine trees and frozen brooks, we reached Levi Husky Park. Even though many destinations are offering husky safaris on Lapland, I specially picked out this one as the ambience here exactly resembles what I have dreamt of. Also, when 3-4 huskies pull the sledge in all other places, around 10 huskies are allotted for each sledge here. The tour was booked beforehand from Levi Information Center. It is 60 EUR per head for every 2 km. We were about 10 minutes late when we reached the spot. By then, a tour before the safari had already begun. It was a group of 20 including children. To welcome all the visitors, a cute Pomeranian dog accompanied the guide constantly wagging its tail.

Here, a Chapter from Siberian Huskies, there were 4 wolves and 1 Arctic fox. Their blue or multi-coloured eyes and striking facial masks only add to the appeal of this breed. There were more than 30 of those athletic and intelligent breed of dogs with Siberian’s wolf-like looks. On the way, a white reindeer with quite a friendly air and long antlers greeted us. Reindeer is a wild animal. But it was fascinating to see how well it was tamed. There were many kissing and hugging it and taking clicking photographs. However, I had no time for that. My sledge with mighty huskies was ready.They were damn energetic and hyperactive that the sledge was fastened strong with an anchor. One can accommodate two.

We were all set with our cameras. They removed the anchor and blew a whistle and yelled ‘Hoy Hoy’. Phewwww!! It was incredible! Far beyond my expectations! The Huskies ran forth as if they were galloping! Most of them were barking loud during the safari. Our dogs reached close to the one in front due to over-speed. So, our driver stopped the sledge for two minutes. The temperature was below -25 degrees. Even though we were provided with blankets to cover our legs, it was biting cold.

It was as if in a magical world, that we realised our frozen state only when we actually came to a halt. We really wanted to go once again. However, due to time constraints, we had to abandon that idea. But, I must say, even though I have embarked on many journeys before, an experience of this sort was indeed a one-piece.
Written 25 February 2022
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UK-Susi
Liskeard, UK22 contributions
Dec 2021 • Couples
Fantastic attraction. Definitely a must see in Levi. It was amazing meeting the fun Siberian Huskies who adore the sledge pulling sport. They were soo keen to join the pack pulling the sledge. It made my day seeing how much fun they have with it. Being on the sledge run was also super fun and exciting. Amazing experience! Also, it was awesome seeing the other animals they care for: the reindeers, the wolves, the red fox and the artic fox. Knowledgable and friendly guide. Afterwards I even watched a movie she recommended… Togo… which the star was one of their dogs. The tour finishes in an adorable wooden cabin where they serve a nice hot berries drink. The cabin is very well decorated with a lovely open fire in the middle, absolutely adorable.
Written 26 December 2021
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cullenater
Deal, UK43 contributions
Dec 2021 • Family
Went here on 15th December 2021 with my family of 6. 3 adults and 3 children and everyone had an amazing time, the husky ride and seeing all the other animals was exciting and interesting. The lady guide who lived there was brilliant and had exceptional knowledge and got the whole group involved.
We booked direct through there website as TUI had no availability or very limited availability and was also nearly double the price off going direct
Would certainly recommend this when in Levi with kids
Written 15 December 2021
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Angela C
Helsinki, Finland26 contributions
Feb 2021
A charming experience! We came as a family: 2 parents, a 10 year old, a 7 year old. They told us all about the dogs, showed us lots of different dogs and even a couple of foxes. The 2km ride was smooth and quick.
Written 28 February 2021
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Edwin B
London, UK24 contributions
Feb 2020
We simply turned up and they let us into a tour group without the slightest concern/issue. There were 75 dogs in total - quite a pack. The guide took us around and talked us though the various pens; all culminating in a sled ride. Great fun, really nice guides & interesting. Thoroughly recommended.
P.S. whilst the guides kept on reminding the parents not to let their children put fingers into certain cages (the dogs are not yet trained), it was staggering how many ignored this. Hopefully Finnish H&S law will mean that the parents are told they are to blame.......
Written 23 February 2020
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Vicky W
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom13 contributions
Dec 2019 • Family
This little gem of a park is 15 mins outside of Levi. We went as part of a Tui holiday to Lapland and paid extra for this excursion. It was approx €135 per adult and €100
Per child so not cheap! We were greeted by the park and our group were split into two, allowing the families of 4 to experience the husky sleigh ride first. As a family of three we went next and experienced the most magical and enchanted ride through white snow filled forest and over a frozen lake. The area is beautiful. The dogs are so clever and it’s so special to have had the privilege of being pulled by them.

Once back to the park, we were introduced to Tiger, the kissing reindeer. A film star in his own right, Tiger likes to eat gingerbread and if you put it in your mouth he will gently take it from you like a big kiss. It was truly wonderful to be so close with such a majestic animal. Simply beautiful and the highlight of my whole holiday. We kissed at least 5 times but don’t tell the husband!

The reindeers are all let out of their enclosures every night to roam the woodland and come back each day for food and to be looked after. Animal welfare is top of their priorities here, which is clear from the number of rescue animals they had. Arctic and Red foxes as well as wolf dogs.

The husky’s are fantastic and are also allowed to run in the woods (different part to the reindeer) and while we were there we were lucky to see the husky pups which were as cute as you would imagine.

We ended the tour (2 hours) with warm juice and sausages in the hut over open fire. The hosts are chatty, friendly and very knowledgable.

It’s not a big park, small and has a family feel to it. I loved it. Worth the time and money just to kiss a reindeer! How many people can say they’ve done that?
Written 10 December 2019
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meryem h
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK7 contributions
Dec 2019 • Family
Excellent trip we booked through the Levi tourist office I wouldn’t recommend booking through a UK tour operator as they triple the prices. Dogs appear well looked after and they also have a couple of reindeer and some arctic foxes. The staff were brilliant they all spoke really good English and were really informative. The husky ride was lovely through the forest and up around a frozen lake. My only criticism is that it was a little rushed I would have liked to have a little more time however this might have been due to the fact our bus was half an hour late
Written 5 December 2019
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hushang
Paris, France5 contributions
Mar 2019
My first husky sled experience. The staff are also very nice and friendly and patiently showed us around.
Written 8 May 2019
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Darrya
Finland152 contributions
Apr 2019 • Family
This place is a hidden gem in Levi. Please book in advance, and arrive on time because they are popular. Place was well kept, guide dogs are cute and sledge fast. We took 4 km tour and it was fun. For children under 3 years might be ok 2 km?

Thank you Pinja for good tour. Learned lot about dog life. Dogs are super friendly❤️
Written 3 April 2019
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jilloutlaw
Rayleigh, UK92 contributions
Mar 2019 • Couples
My husband and I went to visit the husky farm in March, We had a husky sled ride out into the forest across the lake and back through the forest to the farm, it was heaven.After you get to have sausages and hot drink in a hut with lovely open fire. You can go round the husky park after your ride and look and the other animal , they have quite a few huskies and other dogs and a few reindeer. There was a you lady there who was very informative about the park and animals and spoke perfect english .
Written 25 March 2019
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