Dear Nature Lover,
Estonia is a land of great natural beauty. With its Siberian-like forests, Scandinavian peat-bogs, watermeadows full of geese and waders, and a fascinating coastline, together with a low human population, empty roads and excellent infrastructure, Estonia has rapidly become a favourite wildlife destination in Europe.
It is cosy and safe in Estonia. We have four seasons, plenty of space and quietness and unspoiled nature. Although it takes no more than a few hours to drive from one end of Estonia to another, no matter in which direction, you realize - once you are there - that it takes more than a couple of days to wander around locally. Swamps and bogs, floodplains and sea-shore meadows, old-growth forests and reed-beds, sea and coastal dunes, northern and western klint, a multitude of small islets in the west and hill country in the south – so much surprise and variability our small country has to offer.
One more thing that makes Estonia really special: these are people who care about their assets and give their best to preserve this wealth for their descendants. Nature conservation in Estonia is motivated and strong.
For me, it has been an honour and a privilege to bring people closer to nature, and exploring new species and habitats together only nourishes the pleasure in my heart. I would like to express my gratitude to each and every client for helping me to open my eyes and my heart and teaching me to be proud of my country and its wildlife.
Come and see for yourself – I would like to share it with you!
On behalf of the Estonian Nature Tours team
Estonian Nature Tours (ENT) is a trade mark of Kumari Reisid OÜ offering Birdwatching and Botanical Tours. Kumari Reisid OÜ is registered in the national register of Economic Activities.
Who we are?
Estonian Nature Tours has been a pioneer in developing nature and bird tourism throughout Estonia. Our individual and specialised approach to tourism was developed over a number of years of organising local travel services in Matsalu National Park, before broadening our operations in the spring of 2003 to include visits to a wide variety of nature reserves also elsewhere in Estonia.