Source: Arne Ader
A visit to one of Estonia’s many national parks should belong to any visitors’ TOP three must-sees whether staying here for a weekend or longer.
The raw, ancient power of the bog landscapes in their natural beauty feed the imagination. You will find hiking trails passing different landscape, which will offer the opportunity to take a swim, have a picnic or stay camping on your way.
Throughout the year different tour organisers will offer their guidance and rent out necessary equipment. For example in winter you will need funny-looking small skis, that will prevent you from sinking into the bog.
While Estonia has always been a forested country, the last half a century has seen those forests increase in size.
These islands are quiet places for hiking, camping and enjoying seafood delicacies this summer.
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.
Local secret revealed! Here's a list of hidden berry and mushrooming spots across Estonia.