Birdwatching in the spring at Sagadi Manor

Lahemaa National Park – it includes communities in North-Estonia that have been under protection for 40 years: primeval forests, reserves, and 50 years of untouched coastline.

Come and discover the local species with an experienced guide!

We will visit the Kunda Bay, where up to 30,000 birds have stopped at once during their Arctic migration (Barnacle Geese, large geese, marsh geese), which makes it the largest migration stop of birds in Estonia, right after Matsalu.

The price includes:
* Accommodation in a double room in the Sagadi Manor hotel managed by the State Forest Management Centre 
* 3 x breakfast, lunch, and dinner
* Transport Tallinn-Sagadi-Tallinn and to the trips
* Guide fee
* If necessary, use of bicycles

Lahemaa National Park – it includes communities in North-Estonia that have been under protection for 40 years: primeval forests, reserves, and 50 years of untouched coastline.

Come and discover the local species

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