Estonia

Discover one of Europe's greenest countries on an exciting outdoor adventure!

Estonia is famous for being one of the most environmentally friendly countries in the world, as well as for being one of the world’s most organic, and one of the most digitally advanced. It also boasts amazing National Parks and forests, which makes it a delightful destination for outdoor adventures. Find a certified guide on Explore-Share.com and discover the amazing landscapes of Estonia.
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Estonia

Estonia is famous for its pristine, untouched nature, and has gained a great reputation for its environmental awareness. The most popular natural parks in the country include Lahemaa National Park, Matsalu National Park, and Sooma National Park. Furthermore, it is also one of the world's most organic countries too.

 

Good to know:

Currency

Euro

Country code

+372

Language

Estonian

Best time to visit

During the warmer months, between June and September

How to get there

Fly to Tallinn Airport or get there by train or ferry

Weather

Estonia boasts warm summers and severe winters. It is also humid due to its proximity to the Baltic Sea

More info about Estonia:

Although it keeps a low profile, Estonia is a top spot for nature lovers and outdoor adventurers. Not only is it one of the greenest countries in the world, but it is also uncrowded and full of amazing outdoor spots to explore on foot, on a mountain bike, or trail running and more.  It is also a great place for rock climbing, bouldering, and other exciting experiences. Some of the best places for outdoor adventure sports in Estonia are the renowned Lahemaa National Park, Matsalu National Park, and Sooma National Park. Lahemaa is the most popular and is also one of the largest national parks in Europe, with a reputation for its amazing forests, home to boars, red deer, wolves, bears, and lynx, among other beautiful animals. The Kasari river delta lies within the Matsalu National Park in which many endangered species live. Finally, Sooma National Park is a Natura 2000 area and boasts protected wetlands. It is also home to a wide variety of bird species. Of course, these are only a few of the amazing spots to discover in Estonia which also has a great reputation for its organic cuisine, its beautiful castles, its amazing local culture, and its connectivity. Furthermore, Estonia is also less crowded than in other European countries, and cheaper. Find a certified guide on Explore-Share.com and start planning an unforgettable outdoor adventure in Estonia!

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