A guided tour to hidden treasures

While the Baltic Sea coast with its endless sandy beaches and traditional health resorts gets all the attention, visitors mostly overlook the immediate hinterlands. But it’s here where you can find natural treasures such as ancient beech and pine forests, vast swamp lands and lush meadows, wild estuaries and rare salt marshes. Nature knows no national borders and the coastal regions of northeastern Germany, northern Poland, and western Lithuania might well be considered one gigantic ecosystem. Nature Guides know the unique features of these regions inside out and look forward to sharing their natural phenomena with you.

Northeastern Germany

Canoeing through unspoilt river landscapes, roaming old beech groves and mysterious boglands, or riding a bike along the stunning high coast – northeastern Germany is full of natural wonders. Nestled in a diverse cultural countryside you can find wilderness areas here that you wouldn’t expect in the centre of Europe. Follow the coastal hinterlands from the pristine Peene river valley, often referred to as the “Amazon of the north”, all the way to the rather lonely border region at the Oder delta and explore these hidden treasures with the help of a Nature Guide.

Northern Poland

Pristine lakes bear witness to the last ice age, surrounded by vast forests where wolves, elks and European bisons roam. Endless coastlines with shifting dunes and unspoilt river estuaries are home to majestic eagles and critically endangered sturgeons. Poland’s north is a place of intact wilderness and cultural fascinations. Explore wild rivers in a humble kayak or cycle the marshlands and sandy beaches with a nature guide and discover the little secrets of a captivating region.

Western Lithuania

Shifting dunes on a narrow spit in the Baltic Sea, pristine coastal forests, and vast marshlands at the estuary of a historically important border river – western Lithuania offers a surprising multitude of natural and cultural attractions within narrow space. Visit the Curonian Lagoon, an ever-changing landscape formed by the forces of nature, the Nemunas river delta, where rare bird species rest or nest in astonishing numbers, and collect washed-up amber at the beaches after a storm. A local Nature Guide can reveal the wonders of this region for you.