Whichever location you choose for an event in Estonia, you’ll find a wonderful selection of social programmes and incentives available – fascinating tours, creative classes, wilderness exploration and action-packed fun. Below our top pick:
Psst, before you dive into each and every activity separately, here's a compilation video of all the activities' choice, too. Just to mention that these videos have commercial rights and you can edit them to suit your own purpose. All you need to do, is to download them from the given Toolbox link and you are good to go.
In Estonia, nature areas are never far away and the most magical of these are the ancient peat bogs that dot the land. These one-of-a-kind ecosystems are best visited on bog-walking tours, which don’t require any special physical training or equipment. These protected areas can be toured via wooden plank trails or by wearing specially-developed “bog shoes” to tread atop the moss. The beauty of it is - you can do it for 20min or 7 hrs - you choose!
A full day of adrenaline-filled fun awaits your group at Laitse Rally Park, just 30 minutes drive from Tallinn. Here you’ll have the chance to get behind the wheel of a rally car and take it for a spin around a 2.3 km track! Rally park also provides opportunity to experience co-drive next to a professional pilot, a Rallycross driver or a Drifting driver. The rally park can even arrange for certificates and trophies to be awarded after the event!
Rally race experience - in video here.
Your engines will be revving in a former Soviet Army practice ground turned nature reserve where the roads are abandoned, unmaintained and often very poor – in other words, perfect for this adventure. Trip leaders will provide some initial guidance, but it’ll be up to you to drive these 5-seat UAZ jeeps in the convoy. The track features exciting off-road challenges as well as picturesque natural sites.
Check in video, how the action goes!
Stella Soomlais is a famous Estonian designer who has a passion for leather craft. Her studio in Telliskivi Creative City, Tallinn Hipsterville, offers leather workshops where your group can make wristbands, watch straps, key holders and other accessories. Get crafty!
Adventure Game “Action Track“ is a truly modern competition between teams. On this activity, a tablet acts as a guide for the group in the search of checkpoints in the Tallinn Old Town. On the checkpoints the team has to solve different kind of multimedia-based tasks and some checkpoints have even costumed characters. The game takes the participants to visit the most amazing places of the Old Town including viewing platforms, medieval towers, the Town Hall Square, oldest pharmacy in Europe and many more spectacular sights.
Interactive Medieval adventure game - have a look at the video how it is done!
Take some old cars and ram each other with them until the cars last! This activity is all over full of adrenaline and we can not imagine anyone who will not be satisfied after this experience! Using cars gives paintball an extra dimension and many more opportunities for different battle scenarios. You can use the cars as tank, as cover or ambush and drive by shooting etc. There are different vehicles: cars ,vans, convertable cars, Russian army military trucks etc. That’s right – you will drive the cars and shoot at the same time!
As 70 % of Estonia´s territory Estonians love mushrooming and are eager to teach this secret also to their guests. Join a mushrooming tour guide to learn about various edible and inedible mushrooms. At the end of the day, you will use the mushrooms you picked for preparing a delicious mushroom meal. Anywhere in Estonia!
A great option for sporty adventure within Tallinn, these excursions take you paddling around the city’s coastal and harbour areas, where you’ll get amazing views of the skyline. No experience is necessary. Just be prepared to get wet!
Kayak along in the video!
Olde Hansa is a medieval-themed restaurant located in a historical warehouse that has been fully renovated in the style of a rich merchant´s home. Dinner here is a traditional, Middle Ages feast featuring a generous selection of medieval specialities. It is served in an authentic atmosphere with waiters and waitresses dressed in period costume and medieval music playing on the background. The guests in your group will be received according to the historical customs and rituals. The restaurant is located in Tallinn old town, just a hop from the Town Hall.
Medieval Feast Experience in video here.
Probably the strangest lake you’ll ever visit, Rummu is legendary for its scenes of beautiful nature mixed with the eerie remnants of buildings both above and below the waterline. This effect comes from a Soviet-era prison/limestone quarry at the site that became submerged after operations shut down in the 1990s. The lake has since become a popular recreation area. On this nighttime raft tour, you’ll get to ‘fly’ over this miniature Atlantis while coloured lights let you peer at the underwater forest below, spying on the aquatic flora and fauna.
Rummu Quarry rafting - check the video!
Let’s get things done and make a difference! For a truly rewarding experience, take part in a project that will both boost your company and leave a legacy for the local community: helping out at a local animal shelter, lending a hand at an Estonian food bank, getting involved in a clean up activity, planting trees, supporting a local charity or organising a sporting event for kids.