The tour was well organized, we had a lot of fun walking in snow shoes and driving the snowmobiles, though its not really crossing particular area with these tools but walking around. Food was very good, atmosphere was fun, overall supernice.
What scratched my soul was the part with the dogs:
1) Some dogs looked sick - like green liquid around their eyes, to my comment the owners said thats normal, I had to argue with them that for no dog is green liquid coming out of their eyes is sign of good health.
2) They put 4 adults plus one pusher that occasionally jumps on the sledge for 8 dogs to pull, on the day we were there snow was "wet" and dogs could barely push it.
3) Some of the dogs werent huskies at all, but looked like some street breed or smth else, I am not sure how much they are suited to pull the sledges.
4) All the dogs are kept outside on the chain and maybe their nature is fine to sustain such lifestyle but they also looked not very well taken care of.
I would recommend to take the tour without the husky sledges part as whole infrastructure around it raised some questions in me and some other visitors.