Estonia has a low population density and plenty of untouched nature. Three quarters of the territory is covered by forests and bogs. Our air is among the cleanest in the world, and the freedom to roam is codified in law. The natural diversity is emphasized by not four, but five seasons.
To describe Estonian land and nature, words like clean, quiet, calm, untouched, mystical and ancient, among plenty of others, could be used. Our nature tourism offer includes numerous products like hiking trails in bogs and mires, nature parks, birdwatching sites, bicycle tours and canoeing. Our numerous islands, coastal cliffs and population that honours the green way of living make Estonia a top notch destination for nature lovers.
Estonia has a vast quantity of springs, many of which are considered sacred in Estonian folklore. Here's where to go for a mystical experience.
Visiting Estonian bogs. A complete guide for a tourist
During the spring thaw, you can canoe through the forests and meadows of Soomaa National Park. This is what Estonians call the "fifth" season.