Sami culture In harmony with nature, the indigenous people of Malå have lived and worked for several thousand years. Their reindeer still roam the forest landscape today. Here, the Sami people carry out their activities both in summer and winter.

Sami people and Sami culture

For several thousand years, the Sami people have inhabited the Malå area. Their reindeer graze in the forest landscape during the summer, and during winter, the reindeer are moved closer to the coast. Proudly, the Sami people often showcase and share their traditions, their connection to nature, and their way of life as Sami today.

Sami flag days

Learn more about the Sami flag days.

The Reindeer Herding Year - Malå Sami Village

A film depicting the annual reindeer herding cycle for the Malå Sami Village.