Since North-Estonia is situated on the Gulf of Finland, there are quite many possibilities for the tourists to relax at sea. At Kaberneeme one can order both few-hour-boat-trips and several-day-cruises with overnight stops on the islets.
It is possible to go sea-kayaking in the Tallinn Bay or to sea-kayak to the island of Aegna. The Reimann Retked offers many various sea-kayaking trips in the coastal waters of the Gulf of Finland, the Valkla Seaside Center offers possibilities for water-skiing, snorkelling, banana rides and launch rides in addition to kayaking. One of the best places for learning how to water ski and ride a wakeboard is the Tallinn Watersport Club at Rohuneeme.
One can learn kitesurfing at various beaches in Harju County.
And naturally, one cannot forget the picturesque beaches of North-Estonia, the best-known of which are located at Pirita, Võsu and Narva-Jõesuu. The other fascinating places alongside the coast are also worth discovering.
Some of the beaches at Lake Peipus have the so-called singing sand which produces unusual sound when walking on it.
In Narva, one can order a boat trip down the river up to the sea, and in addition to this, a ride in the Narva Bay.
Canoe trips on the picturesque rivers of Lahemaa are offered by the Lahemaa Hiking Centre , the Leppoja Recreation Centre, the Linnumäe Nature Farm. The Lammasmäe Recreation Centre invites to night-time canoe trips on the Kunda River. One can become acquainted with the Estonian mermaids on a canoe trip down the Põltsamaa River at Ao. It is possible to ride a hydrobike on the Vigala River, and also to hold a seminar, or to sleep in an original raft house or to make steam in a raft sauna.
Hiking lovers can see bastions, riverside memorials, and simply float along the border river on a canoe trip on the Narva River. On request, a canoe trip on the Vigala River or Keila River can be combined with archery or paintball.
One can go on launch trips on Lake Peipus, it is also possible to rent a sailboat, a sailboard or a motorboat at the Tiirikoja Recreation Centre tiirikoja.ee, and go get acquainted with the fourth largest lake in Europe on your own.