The magazine Forbes included Soomaa National Park in a “Top Ten Adventure Travel Destinations You Didn’t Know About”, along with Slovenian nature beauty, Rumania on horseback, Jordanian tourism gem Petra, Israel and other unusual objects considered to be attractive for tourists…. See more at Forbes Website
PAN Parks conference – Europe’s Wilderness Days 2011, are over. Many thanks for all organizers of this event, and thanks for participants who joined our canoe trips on the rivers of Soomaa and bogshoing on Kuresoo bog. Here are some moments of these trips… .. … .. … … … ….
The annual PAN Parks conference, Europe’s Wilderness Days, will start tommorrow in Soomaa National Park in Estonia. See the program of the conference: http://www.panparks.org/ewd2011
Autumn in Estonia and Soomaa is season rich in different wild food. It is time to go for berry-picking now- first cranberries are ripe and ready to be picked up. This Saturday (17th of September) You can join our cranberry picking trip with experienced local guide Edu Kuill .The guide will show the best cranberry Read More …
A new breed of horses – Konik horses, arrived to Soomaa national park and will help to maintain the flood plain grasslands. This initiative has been supported by nature conservation organization ARK Nature and Rewilding Europe project. From Wikipedia one can learn that Konik horses are originally from in Poland. Prosze bardzo!
Our new flyer – Five Seasons will come out from print for PAN Parks conference – European Wilderness Days, that takes place next week. Soomaa Five Seasons Flyer 2011-12
It is time for mushrooming! Autumn in Estonia offers in addition to colourful nature views also different wild food that our forests are rich in. Mushroom picking is an old tradition for estonians, bringing together lot of nature lovers every autumn to go for mushroom picking. This Sunday ( 11th of September) You have a Read More …