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It is a full day tour from Tallinn to the country side.
We first visited a waterfall, then went to the bog. Afterwards, we had a lunch in a traditional restaurant and visited a manor and a fishing village.
We wanted to spend a day at Lahemaa but didnt know we would need an international drivers license to rent a car. Traveller's tour to the rescue! We booked this tour hoping it would give us a full day in nature, hiking, seeing the water...More
visit Tallinn and did this tour. Unfortunately I forgot my glasses in the van, and for over 1 month I try to convince the company to return them, I can only now think of ill will, unfortunately. It is not a reliable company. vitor alves...More
The Lahemaa day tour was a beautiful experience. We enjoyed the trip, the places and we were pretty lucky with the fine weather. The tour was also very informative! Thanks also to the guide we had very nice tips for other destinations of our stay...More
We met at the tourist information office in old town Tallinn, so there’s no pick up at hotels. As part of the tour, we walked about 4 km over a board walk, that at points is narrow, 2 feet at most. Not suitable for someone... More
We met at the tourist information office in old town Tallinn, so there’s no pick up at hotels. As part of the tour, we walked about 4 km over a board walk, that at points is narrow, 2 feet at most. Not suitable for someone who may loose balance, or has difficulty walking. However, if you during the walk, the tour guide accompanies the group about 1/4 of the walk and then goes back to retrieve the van and meet us at the other end of the park. So, I suppose if you asked them in advance, the person with limited walking ability could wait in the van during that part of the tour. The other stops involve much less walking around.