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To Experience
Five Seasons
Of Soomaa National Park

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Here is a list of upcoming hikes and events

Soomaa National Park is a Wildreness Capital of Estonia. Soomaa translates as Land of Mires, it is a Ramsar site of protected wetlands since 1997 and a Natura 2000 area since 2004. National park is best known for its great flood or the so-called fifth season, when the water from melted snow or heavy rains floods all the lower forests meadows and roads.
We are a group of local nature guides, we invite you to explore Soomaa national park with us. Our company – Viis Aastaaega OÜ – translates as Five Seasons, carries a European Charter for Sustainable Tourism (ECST) certificate of EUROPARC. Canoeing in spring, kickbiking in summer, bogshoeing in autumn, kicksledding in winter.

Perfect first time canoeing experience
We spent a lovely day canoeing and walking in the park. It was our first time canoeing and had perfect conditions for it: a calm river, beautiful views, a hiking break…


Evening beaver safari canoo
The river is very beautiful in the evening! Our guide was friendly and told us some things about the beavers in the area. When passing through the forest we (of course) were silent. It was exiting looking for traces of beavers..... we saw one eventually (from a distance). The whole trip lasted about three hours. We hoped to see more beavers (and maybe more up close) but understand that wild animals can be elusive....which is also the charm. The price is a little high, but we are glad we made the trip!


Not to miss if travelling to Estonia
Great experience ! The park through the river is beautiful, very calm and absolutely safe even to do alone ! Very recommended, one of the highlights of my trip to Estonia.

The European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas