Big Predator Tour - Lynx, Bear, and Wolf


This autumn tour focuses on three key species: Eurasian Lynx, Brown Bear, and Grey Wolf, in three distinct wilderness areas - West Estonia, Lahemaa National Park, and the Alutaguse area.
We'll spend a night in a Brown Bear hide in the Alutaguse area. In autumn, bears actively forage to prepare for winter hibernation.
We'll search for Eurasian Lynx primarily in the late afternoon, evening, and night using thermal scopes, covering significant ground.
For Grey Wolves, we'll head to the stable western region where wolf packs have resided for years.
During the day, we'll rest or engage in brief birdwatching trips. While our main focus is on the three predators, we'll have good opportunities to see Raccoon Dogs, Elk, Red Foxes, and Pine Martens.

Tour profile

7 days
up to 5km
Alutaguse National Park
Who can participate?
Groups, Individuals (max 6 persons) minimum 4 pers.
1980€ + 170€ Single room supplement
Practical Information
  • Pick-up is possible from Tallinn
  • Notes The price includes:
    The services of 2 local nature guides/drivers during the tour
    6 nights in local hotels and guesthouses (twin rooms with toilet and shower)
    Night in the Brown Bear hide
    Local transport during the tour
    4 evenings with a lynx tracking specialist
    Breakfasts, 2 lunches (as picnic packages), 7 dinners included