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Most popular tours in Tallinn:

Tour to Husky Park and Dog-Sled ride

Experience Estonia’s winter wonderland as you fly along snowy trails behind a team of dogs.
Dec-Mar
4h
Special Offer

Day Trip to Lahemaa National Park

Get back to nature with a visit to Estonia’s premier National Park, only a short ride from Tallinn.
Year-round
7-8h
Jägala Frozen Waterfall tour
Special Offer

Frozen Jägala Waterfall and Picnic Tour

Waterfall's gleaming ice walls and sparkling icicles offer a spectacular view. Winter picnic enhances the experience.
Feb-Mar
2h

Tour Reviews

Tour to Husky Park and Dog-Sled ride

“If you’re a dog lover, then this winter tour in Estonia is for you. Book yourself on a husky sledding tour, where you’ll travel an hour out of Tallinn into the countryside to a beautiful husky dog farm. The dogs really enjoy pulling the sled and howl with excitement when put in their harnesses. It’s an exhilarating experience travelling by husky pack through the snow. Afterwards, warm up in the wooden lodge with traditional tea and cake.”

Rachel from the UK, Feb 2019

Day Trip to Lahemaa National Park

“We spent the day out of Tallinn hiking and exploring in Lahemaa National Park and fell in love with the beautiful Estonian wilderness. Throughout the day, we saw a waterfall, forests, bogs, and so much more. Big thank you to Prangli Travel for this unforgettable day!

Jack and Gab from the US, Nov 2019

Frozen Jägala Waterfall and Picnic Tour

“The Jägala Frozen Waterfall is a must-visit for any tourist, a short drive out of Tallinn with a knowledgeable guide. The sight of the frozen falling water is truly magical and an essential selfie spot. The location is a favourite haunt of fossil hunters who scour the limestone cliff beside the falls. As part of your tour you can enjoy a romantic picnic at the waterfall – try local traditional foods such as homemade mushroom pies, rhubarb cake, tea and schnapps.”

Sophie from the UK, Feb 2019