There are more than 2000 islands in Estonia, many of which are now uninhabited due to the strict border control in the past during the Soviet period that forced people to leave. The islands of Keri and Aksi are surrounded by many other small islands that are all in the Kolga Bay. It only takes about an hour by boat to reach the islands from the mainland harbours (Kaberneeme, Neeme, Koljunuki, Leppneeme, Kelnase and Kelvingi).
Before the WWII, all these tiny islands were inhabited. Therefore, in addition to the unique nature, each island has its own story. There are no harbours, meaning the possibility to get to the island depends largely on the weather. Despite that, they are all worth visiting!
We organise group tours to both islands. It is possible to combine the visit with a tour to Prangli island or book as a separate tour.
Do not hesitate to contact us and ask for more via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call +372 53413109.