Soomaa National Park was established in 1993 to protect untouched bogs, biologically diverse glades, wooded meadows, and a variety of forests. Its diverse nature, a unique suspension bridge, distinctive skiff culture, and five seasons have made it a very popular destination.
A visitor centre has been established in Tõramaa, at the place where old roads used to cross. There, visitors can inquire information about the hiking trails and local services, as well as visit the permanent exhibition.
The most popular sights in the national park are the Riisa and Kuuraniidu nature study trails, the Ingatsi boardwalk leading to the height of 8 metres on the highest bog in Europe, as well as watchtowers, and suspension bridges.
Soomaa National Park was established in 1993 to protect untouched bogs, biologically diverse glades, wooded meadows, and a variety of forests
If you like to see unusual and a very peaceful landscape then I definitely suggest visiting Soomaa. The experience is guaranteed.
We spent a day and some in the Soomaa national park and walked many matkaradas, operandas and other trails. I have been to Estonia many times, have seen many of it, but by far, soomaa park is the...
Funfunfun. The flooding in Soomaa is epic. Really good time canoeing. Aivar takes good care of guests and really good guide.