Prangli island

Departures from Leppneeme harbor

Regular Day Trips to Prangli Island

Prangli Island Day Trip is a wonderful change from the typical Tallinn city break, and can be a fun activity for everyone, especially those who like authentic places and untouched nature. This all-inclusive tour package includes: transfers from Tallinn city center, ferries to and from the island, a truck excursion with an English-speaking tour guide, visit to a church and lunch at a seaside restaurant. During the day there is also two hours of free time for you to explore the island’s wild nature, take walks on the beach, visit the tiny village and buy souvenirs in the small shop. Prangli is one of a kind and authentic Estonian island to visit.
Scheduled day trips take place daily during the summer period from June to August. For reservations off-season, ask for availability.
Please keep in mind that you will be spending most of the day outdoors, and riding in an open-top truck. Please wear suitable clothes for the weather in Estonia and comfortable walking shoes.

For the independent adventurer

Prangli Island is also a good place for independent adventure. Rent bicycles from us, be accompanied by a smartguide and go for an adventure! Bicycle rental is located in the port of Kelnase. Both adult and children’s bikes are available. Child seats are available as an option.
The Prangli Island digital smartguide, which is provided free of charge with the bike rental, works in the Navicup application on your phone, which can be downloaded free of charge from the Play or App store. The map solution guides you conveniently to points of interest and shares information about them. The digital guide can be used in Estonian, English or Finnish.

Keri Island and World Famous Lighthouse

Keri Lighthouse In the Gulf of Finland, Keri Island is surrounded by sea breezes. Just over 3 nautical miles north of Prangli Island this is one of the northernmost islands in Estonia, The island is 18 km from Leppneeme harbor and 33 km from Pirita. The island is so tiny that even real trees do not grow there. Anyone who is more athletic can walk around the rocky coastline to the island in 20 minutes. The island is about 400 meters long on the one hand and 80 meters wide on the other, depending on the water level. According to the story, during major winter storms, seawater can even fly to the window of a house, and there are only a few meters from the door to the sea on a quiet day. There is no regular boat connection to Keri Island. Please ask your tour operator for assistance.
About Keri Island