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Ice-Skating on Forest Lakes

Ice-skating on a forest lake is something that everyone should try at least once in their life-time. The frozen lakes

Hiking and Hot Sauna on Prangli Island

If hiking in Estonia is something for you then do it on Prangli island, a place yet to discover.

Frozen Jägala Waterfall and Picnic Tour

Waterfall's gleaming ice walls and sparkling icicles offer a spectacular view. Winter picnic enhances the experience.

Tour Reviews

Soviet Estonia Tour

“We learned and saw so much about the history of Estonia gaining independence and saw some very cool and interesting places and things along the way. The Memorial to those never seen again, they were sent to Soviet gulags, rivals and possibly surpasses the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC. The back stories which included personal family stories brought the history even for to life. This tour also included a trip up the TV tower built for the 1980 Olympics, a stop at a local museum and a walk in a missile silo on a former Soviet military base.”
Richard from Finland, July 2020

Day Trip to Lahemaa National Park

“Lahemaa, Jägala Waterfall and the countryside are just beautiful. Andreas was our guide and he was really nice, fun and showed us a lot in the day. Jägala was not frozen, but we saw it flowing in all its glory. We then went to Lahemaa and walked the path of the bogs, which was an easy walk and so beautiful. We also had a stop at a local restaurant where we had some special dishes commemorating Estonia’s independence, and also visited a quiet, pretty coastal village and a grand manor in the area. As Andreas said, we poisoned ourselves with fresh air!
Tina from the US, March 2020

Seal Watching Tour

“The seal spotting tour was nice! Going on the boat to the sea, with the small islands, the wind and the shining sun – this was already charming itself. We were in a real wild nature with many birds like cormorants and eagles, and, of course, the seals. The seals were curious about us and cautious at the same time, keeping some distance from our boat but close enough to enjoy watching at them. With interesting guidance, this was one of the most beatiful experiences during our one week travelling in Estonia.
Virginijus from Lithuania, Aug 2020