Nature & Wildlife

Loksa beach

The flat and sandy Loksa beach is located by Hara Bay, next to Lahemaa National Park. It’s a wild beach, where it’s nice to enjoy a more private and peaceful getaway. In windy weather, you…

Saku health and ski trails

Saku bog forest health and ski trails are a great place to spend time actively!You will find 2 km, 3.5 km, and 7 km hiking or skiing trails. There is also a 2.7 km illuminated…

Sõõriksoo nature trail

The Sõõriksoo nature trail is located in the Kõrvemaa Landscape Protection Area and is suitable for hikers who want to enjoy an easier trail. It is located right next to Aegviidu railway station, meaning you…

Prangli Island Tourist Information Centre

During the summer season, the Tourist Information Centre and café operates in the harbour of Prangli Island. In addition to tourist information, you can also do the following at the Prangli Island Tourist Information Centre:…

Guided hikes in Lahemaa on Tammistu beach meadow with sheep and cattle dogs

The coastal meadows of Tammistu village are away from major hiking trails – not many hikers have discovered it yet. Together with sheep breeders, we will walk along the well-kept coastal meadow, during which we…

Snowshoe trip in Viru bog

Snowshoes help you get to where the boardwalk does not take you! Viru bog is located 50 kilometres from Tallinn. There is a beautiful pine forest, bog pools, and an observation tower. We will go…

Padise health trail

Padise health trails are located in a varied, beautiful landscape, mostly covered with pine forests. Part of the trail runs on the banks of the Kloostri River. There are many points of interest near the…

Snowshoe trip in Põhja-Kõrvemaa

The bog landscape of Põhja-Kõrvemaa is perfect for a snowshoe trip all year round. The hills and woods alternate with bogs and you can enjoy the beauty of the lakes on the steeply sloping eskers….

Hike with Siberian Huskies

Paasiku Dogs’ Manor is a holiday centre located 35 km from Tallinn. At the moment, there are 26 Siberian Huskies and three alpacas. We introduce the local dogs and alpacas by name. You can also…

Paunküla Reservoir

The largest body of water in the southern part of Harju County, which also has the most fish in the area, was created in 1960 when the Pirita River was dammed up between Paunküla and…

Lake Pikkjärv and camping area

Lake Pikkjärv is a natural lake near Suru village in Harju County, Kuusalu Parish. It is the most north-eastern lake among the Järvi lakes, with an area of 5.2 ha. The lake is surrounded by…

Bearwatching in Kõrvemaa

Bears are just an hour’s drive from Tallinn! The shelter where we will observe bears is meant for three people and we will also spend the night there. We recommend spending at least two nights:…