Nature watching

Seal-watching trips for groups on the islands of Kolga Bay
Seal-watching trips for groups (up to 35 people) take place at a time suitable for you from April to November, departing from Kaberneeme, Neeme, or Kelnase harbour. The trips are carried out in Estonian and English. They last around 3–4 hours, of which about 1 hour is actually spent on watching...
Vihasoo birdwatching tower
The tower is located in Vihasoo coastal meadow, the most bird-populated area of Lahemaa National Park. There, you will see the islands of the Gulf of Eru, which are the nesting area for 26 species of birds and a stopping place for migratory birds. The tower, which is 7 m high and approximately 4 m...
Birdwatching with an experienced guide on the coast of Western Estonia
The best time for birdwatching is spring and autumn, but the Estonian nature offers something interesting to birdwatchers throughout the year. Come and enjoy the spectacle of thousands of arctic waterfowl flying over Estonia. The birdwatching takes place in West-Estonia, Matsalu National Park (one...
Bird and nature watching tour with a guide in Lahemaa National Park
This trip with an experienced guide is perfect for all nature lovers. Lahemaa is close to Tallinn and ideal for family holidays. During the hike, we will admire the lovely landscapes of Lahemaa, watch birds, and hopefully, encounter the local animals as well. Tarvo Valker, an experienced...