8-9 hours | €59/39 | Daily | 4-7 people
The Advantage of having a tiny human population is that there’s plenty of space left for Mother Nature to do her thing. And in Lahemaa National Park, she has done her thing in a whole lot of style! Lahemaa means the “Land of Bays”, though it’s not just the stunning coastline that makes it worth a visit. You will also find quaint fishing villages, beautiful historic manor houses, the smallest castle in the Baltic Counties, a bronze age graveyard and quintessentially Estonian forest trails. The Viru Bog Walk is an Estonian essential experience. Palmse Manor House is an iconic Estonian attraction. If you’re really lucky you may be able to see some Estonian wildlife, such as bears, lynx or moose, though they’re pretty shy. You will, however, see a whole range of birdlife, including the storks who nest in chimneys and on telephone poles. The Estonian people and their culture are inextricably linked to the land, making a trip to Lahemaa a must.
No Credit Card Needed
Free Cancellation up to 48 hours prior to departure
€59 per adult
€39 per child (under 12)
9:00 am Daily from May-September. Private tours available year round.
Front of the Freedom Monument in Freedom Square (Vabaduse Väljak)
Viru Bog Trail
Palmse Manor Estate
Altja Fishing Village
Käsmu Captain’s Village
This tour is also available as a private tour.
1-3 people: €360
4-8 people: €385
8+ people: Please ask us for a quote