Afraid of the dark? Don't be! Get out and experience the Estonian nights with unique activities.
Is your idea of luxury having unique experiences away from crowds of tourists? Then these are the places for you.
If traditional skiing or ice skating isn't enough to get your heart pounding this winter, check out these heart-pounding adventures!
Estonia is home to some of the most stunning natural and manmade wonders in Europe and the world.
Ideas for adventurous travellers who want to venture past the main sights and explore mysterious, lesser known places.
Estonian landscapes are surprisingly diverse with a range of wildlife from birds to bears.
Kiiking is something you should definitely try when visiting Estonia!
Thrill seekers will enjoy the exciting outdoor activities East Estonia's former industrial landscape holds.
From BMX and cyclocross to road and mountain biking, you don't have to be a professional cyclists to enjoy these sporting events throughout the year.
Practice your favourite winter sports like skiing or try something new like husky sledging in the sparkling Estonian nature this season.
Ice roads are a special symbol of Western Estonia and without them no winter seems like a real Estonian winter.
By following the example of locals, visitors can learn how to stay warm and cosy during a winter visit.
Accommodation for travellers seeking more than typical hotels and hostels.
Places of worship are manmade and natural in Estonia, from chapels to cliffs.
Embrace the nature and rest in the wild, here's a list of sustainable accommodation in Estonia.
The 18th edition of the annual Simple Session will be taking place on February 3 –4, 2018, at Saku Arena.
In Estonia, you can go straight to the source of local food ingredients to taste their true flavours at farms, gardens or even in the wild.
Spring is around the corner and Estonians celebrate this centuries old holiday with sledging, buns with whipped cream and other special foods.
Cross country skiing is a favourite Estonian winter activity. Listen to the calming sounds of nature while watching landscapes and wildlife go by.
Despite the onset of the coldest and darkest time of the year, we the northerners are nevertheless joyous and draw strength from our inner light.