What to do and see in Saaremaa
Nature-wise, Saaremaa is one of the most beautiful regions of Estonia and is thus well worth visiting. Due to its mild maritime climate and limestone-rich soil, the flora and fauna of Saaremaa and the nearby islands is very diversified. In addition to the Viidumäe nature reserve and the Vilsandi national park there are almost 100 others sights to be enjoyed in Saaremaa, including various parks, steep cliffs, majestic trees, boulders and unique bogs. One of the most treasured and loved places on the island is the easily accessible Kaali meteorite crater.
Muhu Adventure Park – a perfect outdoor hub of challenging activities for seasoned adventurers as well as for total beginners, from young children to adults. Even though all our trails are suitable for taking without assistance, visitors can have an instructor to supervise and assist them in taking the trail.
We will find a way to encourage also people with a fear of heights to try out our activities. Muhu Adventure Park is a new adventure centre located on the Island of Muhu, in the territory of a former Soviet military base. Muhu Adventure Park has eight rope courses of different complexity with a total length of 1,200 metres.
Saare Safari offers cool and totally unique entertainment – Jeep safaris, adventure games and other technical activities on Saaremaa terrains and quarries.
Tihuse Horse-tourism farm in Hellamaa village on Muhu island keeps 270 Estonian horses. Horseback riding or carriage and barouche trips.
Saaremaa has always attracted its guests with our wildlife, history and friendly people. Add some beautiful sandy beaches and joyful culture events for a truly memorable holiday.
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