Route: Kaliningrad – Curonian Spit – walking route “Dancing Forest” – observation deck “Height Efa” – Kaliningrad.
Adult – 1 200 rubles
Children from 6 to 12 years old – 1,100 rubles
Student – 1,100 rubles
For foreigners – 1,400 rubles
For those who wish to go on an excursion individually, or for ready-made groups of more than 20 people, the cost is calculated separately.
TOUR COST INCLUDES:
TOUR COST DOES NOT INCLUDE:
IMPORTANT: Comfortable clothes and shoes according to the weather. Food is allocated on the Dune Efa route (optional for an additional fee).
We invite you to travel to a unique national park – the Curonian Spit, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can watch the beauty of the sand dunes and the sea from the observation deck on the Efa dune, take a walk through the mysterious dancing forest.
The Curonian Spit is a unique corner of the planet Earth. With a narrow strip, it separates the salty Baltic Sea and the freshwater Curonian Lagoon. There are three villages in the national park: Lesnoye, Rybachy and Morskoye. In terms of size, length and elevation of the dunes, the beauty of the landscape, the richness of flora and fauna, the Curonian Spit has no analogues among similar formations in Europe. The Curonian Spit is one of the most famous and visited tourist centers. Tourists are attracted by unusually clean nature, the highest dunes in Europe. Rare plants grow here that you will not find anywhere else in the world. In the local forests there are many wild animals and rare birds.
On the territory of the Curonian Spit National Park it is prohibited:
– Making fires and using open fire (including in barbecue grills), setting up tents, huts, except for specially equipped places.
– Pollution of the territory and the abandonment of garbage.
– Walking along the dunes, crossing the coastal rampart and descending to the sea in unidentified places.
– Being in a conservation area (see. Functional zoning).
– The collection of mushrooms, berries and medicinal plants, the destruction of vegetation.
– Hunting in any way, ruining the holes of animals and bird nests.
– Free (no leash) dog walking.
– Other actions that can harm nature and affect the decrease in the aesthetic value of landscapes.