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Bird watching

The north shore of the Gulf of Riga is extremely varied in both the nature as well as bird species, because the area is suitable for both bog and sea birds: sea eagle, black stork, small spotted eagle, crane, horned grebe, black grouse, sandpiper... The area includes the 1,100 hectare Lindi nature reserve area, Kastna juniper field and Kavaru beach meadow, all of them equipped with a bird-watching tower.

You are welcome to enjoy the beautiful nature and wonderful coastline as well as get acquainted with the wild birds with the help of a guide. The only things you need for a successful bird watching are the clothes that correspond to weather conditions and a little bit of patience.

The bird watching package includes:

  • Guide service
  • Binoculars and bird finders
  • Transportation with the Freedom of Adventure’s hiking bus
  • Snacks in the open air
  • AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE IN THE BIRD WORLD
  • 3-course dinner
  • Accommodation in a double room in Maria Farm
  • Breakfast

Package price per person 59 EUR.
For groups under 6 people or over 8 people the price is determined upon settlement.

ROUTE: Lindi nature reserve area - Kastna juniper field - Kavaru beach meadow
DURATION: 4-5 hours.
MILEAGE: 5-7 kilometers by walking.

The hiking group will gather in Maria Farm and then jointly heads to Lindi nature reserve area. First the binoculars and bird finders will be distributed and the bird watching route is being introduced. Then we head to Lindi bog and to the bird watching tower to observe birds. There the guide introduces the main principles of bird watching and gives directions for easier noticing of the birds. After getting acquainted with the bog birds, we head to beach meadows to observe beach and sea birds. We visit the Kavaru bird watching tower and finally head to the multi-platformed observation tower of Kastna, where we will have a light meal accompanied by birdsong and sea swash.

Information and booking via telephone: +372 523 6066, +372 447 4558 or e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it