You ask : How best to reach Soomaa by public transport from Riga? We answer: Take a morning bus from Riga to Pärnu. It takes two and half hours. There are various buses, see www.tpilet.ee for options. From Pärnu there is an afternoon bus leaving 2:30 pm to Riisa. It takes one hour to reach Read More …
You ask: Is there a possibility that we could get lost on the canoe trip? We answer: No. Canoe trips are on there rivers, you are paddling downstream. We provide you with map too.
Dozen Instagram images taken in Soomaa national park in June 2015 [View the story “Soomaa in June” on Storify]
You ask: Is it allowed to fish in Soomaa National Park? We answer: Yes! Fishing is allowed with one simple hand line. more about rules of recreational fishing in Estonia .
Smallest streams of Soomaa have now nice water level due to a rainy week. Some have even little flooding on the meadows and in the floodplain forests. (photos: Algis Martsoo)
Dozen handpicked Instagram images taken by visitors to Soomaa national park in February 2016. [View the story “Soomaa in February” on Storify]
Written by Algis Martsoo for Looduskalender.ee Translation Liis Soomaa has nearly 2000 hectares of water meadows. Unfortunately we don’t know precisely how many of them are ice-covered – at least half or 1000 hectares are surely under ice after the present winter floods. The flood ice has formed not only in the water meadows but Read More …
National Geographic Rossia writes about “Fifth Season” of Soomaa National Park Read the story in National Geographic Rossia !
Beautiful aerial video made by Kristjan Lust / Blizzardfoto , 26 of April 2014 on Lemmjõgi River. Lemmjõgi is one of the smallest in Soomaa National Park, and Kristjan says: “Most exiting river. Place where You never get bored of canoeing or hiking!”
Enjoy awesome pictures from canoeing adventure in Soomaa National Park. Photos are taken by Kristjan Lust / Blizzardfoto , 26 of April 2014 on Lemmjõgi River. See more shots from canoe and from heaven on Kristjan’s Flickr page Even more pictures see on Ilmar Roosmaa blog