To the wild!

Nigula Nature Reserve covers 6400 ha of marshes, forests and meadows. The local forest, mostly untouched by human activity, is unique even on a European scale. The pride of Nigula bog, the heart of the Nature Reserve, are the five bog islands covered with old forest and a large bog lake, all well visible across the open bog. Big cranberries, which are also the symbol of Nigula, are abundant. The Reserve belongs to internationally important bird areas and it also belongs among the first northern Europe-based, cross-border complex of wetlands – the North Livonian wetland. For getting acquainted with the local untouched scenery, a number of hiking trails and observation towers have been prepared for visitors. The length of the Nigula bog trail is 6.8 km and you should reserve 3-4 h for hiking through it. 

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