I couldn't find a topic on here so I hope this isn't repetitive!
I am travelling to northern Norway in late December/ early January-
I was looking at doing one of those dog sled tours across Lapland starting in Karasjok.
Now my understanding is that there's actually no/ limited sunlight at that time of the year that far north and I'm just a little worried that the famous scenery that part of the world is known for won't really be that visible. I really want to go on this tour but am worried I won't be able enjoy all of what it should be.
Has anybody travelled this way at that time of the year before and can offer some tips from their experience ?
Thanks in advance !