Lahemaa National Park provides a great overview of most of the natural and cultural landscapes characteristic of Estonia. Lahemaa (Land of Bays) was named after the bodies of water between its peninsulas.
Soomaa National Park in central Estonia is an area of bogs and mires.
Matsalu National Park is one of Europe’s most important stopover sites for waterfowl on their flight from the Arctic to Western Europe. It is a true paradise for bird watchers.
The sea and its more than 150 islands, islets, and rocks form over two-thirds of Vilsandi National Park. One of the largest resting sites of grey seals in Estonia is located here, and thousands of waterfowl winter or stop here.
Karula National Park is Estonian’s smallest and it was recognised as a national park in 1993. Well forested and with 38 lakes, home to many animals including moose, lynx, wild boar, red squirrels plus over 150 bird species
Kõrvemaa Nature Reserve is known for its unique landscapes, beautiful nature and versatile animal and plant kingdom.