What to do
After a restful night's sleep, prepare for adventure. On day one, you experienced kick sledging, but on day two you'll try yet another form of sledging: dog sledging. Travel to the village of Paasiku where you'll be introduced to the Siberian husky breed and their history, assist in preparing the sledge, and embark on a several kilometres long ride through the nature. Let the strength and agility of these specially trained canines amaze you. Next, head shortly North to the famous Jägala Waterfall. At 8 metres high and 50 metres wide, Jägala is the widest natural waterfall in Estonia. Though stunning in the summer, winter is a spectacular time to visit, as the water freezes into a cascade of icicles.
Where to eat
Finish off your tour of North Estonia with a meal at by the seaside at Restaurant Ruhe on Neeme peninsula. Named one of Estonia's top restaurants, Ruhe specialises in light and pure fish dishes inspired by tradition. The view to the quaint harbour is the perfect accompaniment to any meal.
Photos by: Toomas Tuul, Visit Estonia, Jaanus Ree, Mariann Liimal