Karula National Park EV100 - nutimäng

Karula National Park is the smallest national park in Estonia, established in 1993. The landscape of Karula is rich in lakes, there are 60 of them in the upland. The picturesque Kaika dome remains in Karula National Park. The highest peak of Karula is Rebasemõisa Tornimägi. The territory of the national park is open to everyone: families, backpackers and nature lovers, offering various opportunities for rest and hiking. As the area of the national park is not large, it is more pleasant to walk around on gravel and hilly roads on foot or by bicycle. This gives you the opportunity to share local traditions.


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