Incentive travel in Estonia
Did your employees reach the almost impossible sales target? Is your management
staff not communicating as they should be? Does your company exist one hundred
years this year? Problem solving and celebrating can be done by a so-called
incentive trip. Tailor-made to your wishes. The more exotic the destination,
the better it works.
Estonian history is a history of conquests, the rich culture carrying traces
from many centuries. The architectural and cultural heritage offer many possibilities
for unique incentive programmes.
here to find some samples of popular incentive activities we can offer you
Tallinn, the medieval capital of Estonia, is the best-known tourist magnet
of Estonia. Due to Tallinn´s grand history and superb architecture it has been
listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Majestic manor houses and castles all
over the country are fine examples of feudal architecture.
Estonia offers a good supply of culture. The country is famed for its song
festival tradition, which reaches back more than a century. Folk music festivals,
opera, concerts, art exhibitions and several museums - there is a lot to be
included in incentive programmes.
Estonian nature is better preserved than that in most Western countries. Estonia
stands out in Europe for its biodiversity. The islands and islets of the Western
coast form a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of the West-Estonian Archipelago, which
is a home to over 1,000 species of plants. Millions of migrating water and coastal
birds pass Estonian coasts every year.
The Romantic West Coast is the most interesting part of Estonia. The islands
Hiiumaa and Saaremaa with wooden windmills and juniper fields, lighthouses,
ruined churches, thatched villages and white sandy beaches offer an interesting
background to several incentive programmes.
The rolling hills, sparkling lakes and streams and primitive forests of Southern
Estonia are very popular both in summer and in winter. In winter it is Estonia´s
ski paradise, summer visitors can enjoy hiking, bike, canoe and horseback riding,
fishing and camping.
The Northern Estonia offers flat landscapes. The national park of Lahemaa 60
kms from Tallinn with its forests, unique alvar meadows, swamps and neo-classicist
manor houses is an ideal site for nature lovers.
The more to the west from Tallinn you go, the more you discover mixture of
two cultures, Estonian and Russian. In Narva a visitor can witness the most
awesome confrontation of two great fortresses across the Narva River: Narva
Fortress in Estonia and Ivangorod Fortress on The Russian bank.
Please contact us for a quotation
and suggestions how different incentive programmes can be best combined with
your programme in Estonia.