Roughly half of Estonia’s brown bear population dwells within the forests of Alutaguse. This densely wooded swath of land in the northeastern part of the country offers amazing experiences to see these creatures in their natural habitat.
Two bear watching hides tucked among the tangles of trees let you spend the night surrounded by the many beasts that roam within the woods. You can peek out the windows and wait to see if any bears will lumber by. Bunk beds provide tired wildlife watchers a chance to snooze to the soundtrack of nature, while special hatches let photographers snap photos from within the safety of the shelter.
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