Which region do you want to explore?

Dramatic coastlines and vast lagoons, thick forests and mysterious boglands – the Baltic Coast along Germany, Poland, and Lithuania is a place of stunning landscapes and natural wonders. Here, in the heart of Europe, where you would least expect it, unspoilt wilderness remains. Together with a qualified Nature Guide you can delve into a world of untamed, natural beauty and fascinating local cultures. Find out more about the adventures that await you!

Northeastern Germany

Natural wonders of the coastal hinterlands

Western Lithuania

Shifting dunes on a narrow spit in the Baltic Sea

Northern Poland

Wild rivers and a paradise
for birds

Revealing the beauty of nature

Blossoming wonders just off the path, mysterious footprints in the sand, and the sighing of the wind in the treetops – too often we fail to notice these little things. Nature speaks in tongues of lushness, prosperity, and inspiration that often go unheard.

Nature Guides help reveal those little secrets and the bigger picture, so you can sharpen your senses for the miracles of nature. As mediators between our human experience and the natural world, they create the opportunity to experience unique natural phenomena and look beyond the horizon.

Why choose a Nature Guide?

Experience natural phenomena at first hand

Unforgettable tours with qualified local guides

Sustainability and care for nature and the region

News and events:

Aug 21
All Aboard for Regional Development and Nature Conservation

It’s a sunny Tuesday morning in August, some visitors are busy reading the information boards at the Peene River Valley Nature Park center, and Frank Götz-Schlingmann couldn’t be happier to welcome the group of international visitors walking up to the thatched house that moment. He is what people call a “networker”: He connects different stakeholders, […]

Aug 14
Guide Examination in the Lithuanian Summer Heat

The final tours of the Lithuanian Nature Guide training programme took place in the hot summer sun! After nearly one year of studying, our Nature Guide training participants demonstrated their skills and knowledge in nature, culture, communication, organizing, safety and interpretation last week. All evaluation teams enjoyed the tours and were very grateful for participants’ […]

Aug 04
Nature guide training in Lithuania – last course completed!

The final module of the Nature Guide training in Lithuania is finished! The last lectures in the module Nature Interpretation were originally scheduled to have taken place by the end of April already, but due to COVID-19 they were postponed and lasted until August. However, it was worth waiting out this prolongation – we had […]

Jul 08
Networking for Sustainable Nature Tourism in the Szczecin Lagoon Region

To find the intersections between nature conservation, wildlife protection, nature tourism, and sustainable rural development in the Szczecin Lagoon region and to join efforts, such was the aim of a networking meetup of different environmentalists and tourism changemakers from June 30 to July 1. In the charming setting of an old sheep farm on the […]

Jun 02
Lithuanian Guide Training in Times of Corona

After a tensed global situation with the majority of countries under lockdown, Lithuania slowly re-opens public gatherings. Thus, we can announce the restart of our Nature guide training course! We had to stop with the whole world in March too, having just entered the training part of very practical nature interpretation activities, such as learning […]

Jan 28
Vitamin A – Adventur Tourism Fair in Lithuania

On 24-26th January Curonian Spit National Park Administration (CSNPA) participated in International Tourism Fair Adventur in Vilnius (Lithuania) and presented the “Nature Guide Network”. Adventur is the largest specialised tourism exhibition in the Baltic States, which brings together representatives of tourism from Lithuania and foreign countries.   This year’s topic of the fair was Vitamin […]