The two young Sami girls were delightful and we enjoyed hearing their stories. During the talk one of the guides, who had kindly been keeping watch outside, alerted everyone to the presence of northern lights and we raced outside the hut to see the beautiful Aurora borealis before our own eyes. Overall the experience was slightly disorganised, the group size was much larger than expected (50-60 people), we could have done without the sledding to be honest - although it may be a better experience during the day. It’s just in an open field. Some of the staff seemed like they were new, particularly the one who spilt a hot drink on me as the tabletops aren’t even, The stew was nice and it was awesome fun feeding the reindeer, although you really need watch out for those antlers. Is a visit to the Sami reindeer worth it? Definitely. There’s just some room for improvement.