Estonia is lying on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea, it is the Eastern most of the three Baltic republics and borders Russia on the east. It is a very flat country and half of the country is forest. Forests are both publicly and privately. It occupies 45,000 square kilometers and is inhabited by 1.3 million citizens and 16,000 are active hunters.
Estonia has no provision in its laws for outfitters, so any Estonian can take anyone he wants hunting if he has a lease and a place to hunt. There are only few people in business as outfitters and I’m one of them.
I have been involved in Estonia hunting tourism over 20 years and all together with my collaborators, we have over 100 000 ha in exclusive use in different parts of Estonia.
We offer tailor-made European Moose, European Brown Bear, European roebuck, European wild boar and European beaver hunts for the clients who appreciate well-organized hunting, good meals and accommodations and of course nice trophies. Estonia is also a major destination for waterfowl hunters, particularly goose hunters. It lies directly in the migration path as the birds come down from Northern Russia.Tõnis Viht