Embark on a journey to discover the adventurous side of the winter in Estonia! Join such outdoor activities as snowshoeing and dog sled tours, visit places, and have experiences that will make your vacation memorable! This journey will bring you from the capital city Tallinn to the tranquillity of the Baltic Sea coast and Peipsi Lake. You will have a chance to get to know and experience local traditions that are still alive and honored - the Russian Old Believers tea ceremony at the shore of Lake Peipus. You will see the unspoiled nature of Lahemaa National Park at the Baltic coastline. You will see Tartu and enjoy its young, bohemian atmosphere, as it is the city of students, intellectuals, and artists. What is waiting for you on this adventure? The beauty of Estonia in winter, remoteness, and a whole lot of adventures! Please note: The snowshoeing and dog sled activities go on terrain that is mostly flat, but with few steep climbs. The trips include walking on small footpaths through the woods and countryside roads. Price includes: 6 overnights per program in centrally located 3-star / 4-star hotels; VW Polo car rental for 7 days; Walks in Tallinn, Tartu and Viljandi Tea ceremony at Lake Peipus; Snowshoeing in Lahemaa National Park; Dog sledding in Järvselja forests and Peipsiveere Nature Reserve.

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The itinerary for this trip can be customized to suit your needs from your accomodations to what gear you need for the day.


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