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West-Estonia is definitely an oasis of silence and peace. There are not many places in the world where density of population is as low. Western part is covered with wetlands with rich flora and fauna, coast line offers infinite photographing opportunities. If you plan to visit west part of Estonia, go to Nõva for the beginning. Nõva serves you singing dunes, peripatetic rivers, well lighted pine grows that turn into open-air fungi workshops during autumn. In the middle of Nõva forests you can enjoy zero sound pollution and observe consequences of bygone forest fires.


Near Pärnu you can find Soomaa National Park that is famous for its fifth season. Fifth season is a phenomenon where snow melts too fast and melt- water flood the area for a 2-3 week period.

Matsalu National park is a mecca of bird watchers. Hundreds of thousands of birds gather here every spring and autumn to nest or rest for the next stage of migration. Every season high number of rarities are spotted here.

Laelatu-Puhtu and Marimetsa wetlands conceal lots of species that are represented as only findings in the Europe or world.

Despite the land being flat, West-Estonia is still very varied and unique.