On the Kola Peninsula of Russia, as well as in the north of Sweden, Finland and Norway, the original northern people, the Sami, have been living for centuries. Their native home is the vast expanses of the tundra, and the most faithful and reliable companion is the reindeer, which was both a means of transportation and a source of hides. The Sami led a semi-nomadic lifestyle, moving with their herds from place to place. In addition to breeding deer, the Sami were engaged in hunting, fishing, picking berries. In order to survive in the harsh northern conditions, the Sami learned to subjugate the natural elements. For this, Sami shamans (Noids) performed secret mystical rites. On our tour, we will get acquainted with the culture and customs of the Sami of the Kola Peninsula and plunge into the atmosphere that the indigenous people of the north lived.