Nigula Nature Conservation Area was established to protect a 6400 ha area covering untouched bogs, forests and meadows. This place is rich in cranberries that are also the symbol of Nigula. The heart of the Nigula Conservation Area is the Nigula bog with its five bog islands covered in virgin forest and a large bog lake. A lovely view on the bog can be enjoyed from a watchtower that can be accessed by a 530 m wooden path. The path starts in the car park that also has an information board, a WC and a sheltered table and benches. Here, you can have a refreshing picnic after a great walk!
Good to know! If you would like to hike outside the existing study trail, you need a permit from the administration of the conservation area.