Late evening beaver sighting canoe trip in Matsalu National Park

Late evening beaver sighting canoe trip in Matsalu National Park

Kloostri küla, Lääneranna vald 90206
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Matsalu National Park includes the shallow Matsalu Bay, nearly 50 islands and islets, and the surrounding Väinameri Sea. The largest of its kind by the Baltic Sea is the Kasari estuary – a nesting and feeding place for migratory birds, but mammals also like the high reed. As the evening arrives, we will watch the beavers on the Kasari River, but we might also notice kingfishers and roe. The trip will be accompanied by an experienced instructor who will guide the participants. The trip takes place in eight-seater canoes. Teamwork is necessary for a smooth ride in the big canoe, while some hikers can relax and film and photograph the nature in the meantime. The trip is suitable for everyone.

Features and amenities

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Minimum number of participants 6
Maximum number of participants 15

National Park

Matsalu

Info

Duration (hours) 2

Amenities

Free parking

Additional services

Special equipment for adults
Transportation to the destination at extra cost
Special equipment for children

Getting there

There is a road sign to Kloostri village on the Risti–Virtsu highway. Driving along the road for 5 km until you see a road sign that leads to the right – Kloostri vaatetorn 3 km.

Accessibility

Signposted
Sealed access road
By car

Times and prices

Open all year round

Adult 30.00€
Child 15.00€