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Vilsandi National Park kayak trip 20.-22.08

Vilsandi National Park kayak trip 20.-22.08

The trip to Vilsandi National Park will take place during the Independence Day on August 20-22. 

Vilsandi National Park consists of a hundred sea islands, and the nature protection of Estonia and the Baltic States began here. The islands off the coast of Vilsandi are surrounded by the shallow sea and  perfect for a first trip for a kayak enthusiast with little experience.


Three days old  trip  starts from Käkissilma at 11  and ends on Sunday at 4 pm on the Harilaiu Peninsula.

The first overnight stay is in Loonalai, the second overnight stay in the port of Jaagarahu. 


Group size 6-12 people.


    The length of the trip is about 60 km.

    The price of the trip is 180 €. The price includes group management, breakfast and dinner  and rowing equipment.

    Group managers have the right to make changes to the hiking plan depending on the weather conditions.

    Link to trip plan:



    If the booked or paid event or equipment rental is canceled 60 days before the event, 100% of the participation fee will be refunded. If the rental of a paid event or equipment is canceled at least 30 days before the event, 50% of the participation fee will be refunded. If the hike is canceled less than 14  days before the event, the participation fee will not be refunded. The reservation is valid from the moment the participation fee has been received in the bank account of Kayaking Estonia OÜ.


    Rowing clothes:

    • Dress according to water and air temperature. A warm wash and a waterproof jacket are usually enough in the summer. Leg shorts or sports pants are suitable for warm weather.
    • The foot could be water-resistant shoes. If you can't find anything suitable, you can borrow from us neoprene for surfing.
    • Depending on the weather, the head could have a warm hat or a hat with a wide rim, etc. that protects from the sun.
    • With a water temperature of up to 15 C, it is recommended to use a dry suit and at least a thin (sports) layer of warm wash underneath. If the water temperature is below 10 C, a thicker warm cloth, eg Polartec fleece, should be used under a dry suit. If necessary, dry suits are provided by SKE.
    • Gloves (waterproof, work, cycling or other gloves) are not required for rowing.

    Camp clothing:

    • According to the weather forecast, a pair of changing clothes and shoes to move around in nature.


    Personal camping equipment:

    • Sleeping bag, mat and tent. (It is wise to take a tent on a comb) You can borrow camping tents from SKE for an additional fee.

    • Sunscreen and other personal hygiene products and medicines as needed.



    The SKE team takes care of breakfast (porridge with seeds, fruit and nuts, tea and coffee) and dinner. Please inform about food allergies and preferences 2-3 days before the start of the hike.

    You should take care of your own lunch, snacks and daily personal drinking water. For lunch, it's a good idea to bring picnic stuff, fruit, muesli bars, or the like for rowing breaks.

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