The Inga family has been herding reindeer for 150 years; our ancestors moved their herds here from northern Sweden. We are Sámi, an indigenous Arctic people – and in Scandinavia only the Sámi herd reindeer. Today just 7 percent of the Sámi in Norway own reindeer. Laila and Arild Inga are relatives and from the same family.
Inga Sámi Siida
Inga Sámi Siida is a small family-run business based Hinnøya, the largest island in Norway. More precisely, we are situated 4.3 km from the town of Sortland in Vesterålen.