Wildlife Watching - Botanical tours

Tours with nature guides/biologists show plants in their natural habitats and highlight their biological diversity.

Guided botanical tours take you through national parks and untamed wilderness to see plants in their native habitats - natural meadows, various types of forests, wetlands, river valleys, grey dunes, coastal zones, grasslands, and more. The Baltic countries are located at the crossroads of many plant species' ranges, resulting in an impressive biological diversity of approximately ten thousand seed plants, algae, mosses, lichens, and ferns. Knowledgeable botanical guides will help identify individual species and talk about attractive plants you encounter during the tour. For example, there are 22 varieties of wild orchids and the round-leaved sundew (Drosera rotundifolia), a carnivorous plant that feeds on insects.