Laiusevälja in Jõgeva County is an authentic Estonian village with fields of grazing animals and dusty roads in summer lined with stalks of grain. The courtyard of Karu Holiday Home is designed to look like it would have done last century, replete with apple tress and berry bushes. The holiday home offers year-round accommodation for up to 9 people, while its dining table seats up to 14. The building also has all of the facilities needed to serve the disabled.
By Priit Elbe|2022-06-29T01:20:26+03:0008 Jun 2020|Comments Off on Karu Holiday Home
WakePark is located on Lake Kamari in Põltsamaa municipality. WPark has a total of 16 different track elements (kickers, sliders, etc.). The ring cable moves clockwise and is open for everyone, from beginners to advanced visitors. In addition, WakePark has a water town with trampolines, a recreation area with a café and saunas, beach soccer, tennis, and volleyball courts, and equipment rental. Estonia’s first full-size cable park with a 2.0 system, a modern administrative building, a cosy café, and everything else is only a 5-minute detour from the Tallinn–Tartu highway. Come and see!
By |2022-06-30T00:34:00+03:0009 Jun 2020|Comments Off on WPark Põltsamaa
The winter snowshoe hike takes the participants to discover Männikjärve bog in the Endla Nature Reserve. The purpose of the hike is to look for bog pools buried under the snow and explore Männikjärv and Endla lakes. In the middle of the hike, we will make a stop by the lake – we will tell stories, drink tea, and make pancakes on the campfire! In addition to the traditional monthly hikes, MTÜ Elamusretked offers the opportunity to order memorable trips all over Estonia! Wherever you are – we will help you find an adventure!
By |2022-06-30T00:35:56+03:0016 Dec 2020|Comments Off on Winter snowshoe hike in Männikjärve bog