A new sustainable and extraordinary vacation package in Estonia!
The vacation package includes exciting trash fishing in a boat or kayak, a platter of local seafood, and an overnight stay in a cosy eco-house with a relaxing hot tub and sauna.
Trash fishing is a new ‘fishing method’ in Estonia where, instead of traditional fishing, we collect rubbish from rivers and riverbanks for the purpose of cleaning up the environment. Trash fishing is our most popular joint activity for couples, families, and groups alike. Enjoy gliding on water with a boat or a kayak combined with a different kind of entertainment.
Rubbish can be fished out using landing nets, magnets, as well as litter pickers. A fun ‘treasure hunt’ will ensue, as you may find all kinds of interesting items. After the ‘hunt’, we sort all the ‘treasures’ into the right containers and send them to the waste station.
Every trash fisher gives new life to the river. In cooperation with the fish farming department of the State Forest Management Centre, we release young whitefish and salmon into the water at the end of the season. In 2022–2023, 2,320 young fish were given back to the river with the contribution of our dear visitors. In this way, we all support the restoration of fish stocks in the river system together.
After a busy trip, you can enjoy some of the gifts of nature that our abundant water bodies have to offer. The fresh catch of local coastal fishermen is prepared in our smoke ovens and is sure to wow every seafood lover. Seasonally (May to August), we lay tables at the Sadamarestoran; out of season, we bring a picnic basket to the accommodation.
Accommodates 4 – two single beds in the loft. In addition, there is a fold-out bed with a sofa for two on the lower floor, which allows efficient use of the small space. Two more sleeping spots on a futon mattress can be set up in the loft for an additional fee.
kitchen nook, stove, fridge, kitchenware
The eco-house accommodation package of the project ‘Your green holiday’ and trash fishing with magnets and nets are supported by the funds of the European Regional Development Fund through the Estonian Business and Innovation Agency and are funded as part of the response of the EU to the COVID-19 pandemic.