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At Joti’s Arctic Camp there are 3 wooden cabins (mökkis) each comfortably accommodating 2, and sleeping up to 5 people. The cabins are equipped with a bathroom (with shower), one double bed (in a separate room) and mattresses on a gallery overlooking the living room and fireplace.

The old farm house & barn: A traditional wood-burning sauna is located in the original old farm house, about 50m behind the huts in the same area as the big field and barn used by the llamas. The sauna will be heated on request (please allow 2-3 hours for the sauna to heat up)

The main building serves as the camp’s central meeting place. Normally the main room is used as a combination between a dining room, living room and bar area where you can also just relax in front of the big fireplace. With an overhead beamer and screen on the wall, you can easily enjoy the videos and pictures taken during the day’s activities around the camp. Free wireless internet is available in the main building as well as in the cabins.

Meals: Breakfast and lunch are prepared in a “self service” style where you help yourself to bread, cold meat, cheese, yoghurt, fruit etc. which is available from the counter in the main building. For dinner it’s like being at home, sitting together around a table and enjoying a basic, healthy, filling meal which Tinu prepares for his “holiday adventurers”. Swiss cheese fondue and raclette as well as reindeer & elk fondues are Tinu’s speciality and is a great way for a group of friends or families to spend a special evening around a table in a homely atmosphere (for these specialities, please reserve your desired meal 24 hours in advance).

Breakfast:  07:00 - 09:00*
Lunch:       13:00 - 14:00*
Dinner:      19:00 - 20:00*
Bar:           18:00 - 23:00*

*These times serve as a guideline only and can be discussed with Tinu.

Mökki at Joti's Arctic Camp
Sauna Room