Welcome to Vilsandi

Vilsandi, 6km long and in places up to 3km wide, is a low, wooded island. The small islets surrounding it are abundant with currant and juniper bushes. Around 250 bird species are observed here, and in spring and autumn there is a remarkable migration of waterfowl: up to 10,000 barnacle geese stop over on Vilsandi in mid-May, and the white-tailed eagle and osprey have even been known to drop by.

The National Park Visitor Centre is on Saaremaa, at Loona Manor. Staff can provide information on the park's four basic free campsites and the two private 'tourist farms' offering accommodation and boat transfers.

Islander offers speedboat water taxis to the island, as well as diving, waterskiing, tubing and seal-spotting trips.

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