Tours

We organise tours and hikes to wonderful and unique small islands of Estonia. We mainly organise and execute hikes on foot and tours on trucks. Although our main season is from spring to fall, you can also enjoy the pleasures of the islands during the winter season. You just need to find the most appropriate island and means of transportation for the season. We use ice roads to get to the islands in deep winter time.

We offer several travel packages, of which everyone should be able to find an option appropriate for their age and interests. However, if you cannot find one to your liking, we can organise a new travel package tailor-made to suit your needs. We do our best in cooperation with tour guides and hike organises to give you the experience you crave for.

Feel free to contact us and let us know, which island and in which manner you want to visit. Together, we will find the best solution for you.

Please e-mail us at info@saarteturism.ee  

Prangli – village culture worth experiencing
Prangli Island (area 6.44 km²) is located on the northern coast of Estonia, south-east from Viimsi Peninsula.
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Mohni – a unique small island
Mohni island (area 62.5 ha) is situated on the territory of Lahemaa National Park, north-east of Eru Bay, 4.5 kilometres from the coastline of Viinistu
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Lighthouse island Keri
Keri is one of the most northern islands of Estonia with an area of 3.1 hectares and a distance of 30 km from Tallinn.
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Pakri islands – scenic nature with a lot to discover
Pakri islands are situated on the Estonian north-western shore at a 2–3 km’s distance from Paldiski.
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Piirissaar – an island in the middle of a lake
Piirissaar is located between Lake Peipus and Lämmijärv and has an area of 7.5 km2.
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Abruka – a beautiful and peaceful small island
Abruka Island (area 8.8 km²) is located on the southern shore of Saaremaa, at 4 km’s distance from Roomassaare.
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Swedish cultural heritage at Vormsi
Vormsi Island is located on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea and is the fourth biggest island (area 93 km²) in Estonia.
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Unique Kihnu
The biggest island in the Gulf of Riga (with an area of 16.4 km2) is known for its unique nature, village scenery and culture.
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Naissaar – amazing beaches and military history
Naissaar is an island of natural beauty located at about 10 km’s distance from Tallinn, separating Tallinn Bay from the rest of the Gulf of Finland.
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Manilaid – one of the smallest inhabited islets in Europe
Manilaid, i.e. Manija Island is situated at about 1 km from the mainland and has an area of about 2 km2.
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