Estland Travel

TRADITIONAL SAUNA

Relaxing

0-99 years

Jan - Dec

2h - 24h

Travel Estonia Estland

Private Sauna on the lakeside beach.

Doesn’t matter the time of the year, sauna is a most authentic nordic expierience to do while visiting Estonia! Spend your day in Estonian style and come with us to the lakeside in central Estonia to enjoy your time with your family and friends in hot traditional sauna! We are located in famous Väinjärve, right next to the lake. When hot steam will warm up your body, you can try to cool down in traditional estonian way and jump into the cold water. Are you brave enough? Don’t worry,  in the summer during the white nights, sun will warm you even in the late evening, as well as herbal tea. Returning to sauna will make you feel even more comfortable and relaxed. .

Before starting your expierience, our guide will instruct you how to breathe and act inside to adapt and  also how to use ”vihta” – a birch whisk used to massage to have the best experience of Estonian traditional sauna.

Try also Sauna with Hot Tub for maximum Estonian Experience

Unique place for a family holiday surrounded by forest, next to the lake. Now is also avalable to rent a boat.

  • Pick-up and drop off from your hotel/accommodation
  • Traditional wooden heated sauna
  • Towels 
  • Herbal Tea
  • Vihta
  • Lake swimming
  • BBQ
  • Hot Tub is for extra cost
  • a Boat is for extra cost 

30m from Barbeque place and camping area

10m to volleyball court

20m tp basketball court

50m to Jumping Tower

It is possible to book a sauna from 08.00am to 12pm Monday to Sunday. 

Now also possible to stay for the night. In this case price is 300€/24h. 

*At least 2 people are required for this trip to take place*

*Children under must be accompanied by an adult*

*Please be ready 10 minutes before your prior pick-up-time*

 

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