• Explore winter desert landscapes of snow covered sand dunes on a snowshoe hike
  • Experience a unique kicksled ride on frozen lagoon
  • Visit picturesque villages of Curonian Spit in their winter sleep
  • Walk through the old town of Klaipėda

Season: January – March

IMPORTANT: This tour is a subject to change depending on weather conditions. If the ice is not solid enough for kicksledding and there is lack of snow for a snowshoe hike, you can cancel your booking free of charge or we can offer you similar route with sightseeing and hiking as an alternative.

Curonian Spit Kicksled & Snowshoe

From 70€/person


Private group 1-4 pax: €450,00/group

Private group 5-8 pax: €560,00/group


This is a private small group tour.

Recommended start is at 07:30

Duration approx. 12-13h incl. transfers.

Meeting point

Pick up/drop off at your address in Vilnius

  • Professional English speaking guide
  • All transportation from/to Vilnius incl. pickup/drop off at your address
  • Tea/coffee and pie during the tour
  • Ferry to Curonian Spit
  • Ecological fee to enter National Park
  • Photos of the tour made by guide will be sent afterwards
  • Lunch is optional

More About the Tour

The day starts with the pickup at your hotel in Vilnius. After driving to Klaipėda (approx. 3,5 hours drive), you will reach the seaside and take a ferry to the Curonian Spit. Spend half day on the peninsula between the Baltic Sea and Curonian Lagoon. Some of Europe’s largest drifting sand dunes, endless pine forests, white desert of frozen lagoon and sleepy colourful villages are waiting to be discovered in their winter greatness. Enjoy a snowshoe hike on snow covered dunes and experience kicksledding – a unique way to travel on frozen lagoon. Walk through the picturesque village Nida and its original fishermen’s quarter and get a sense of remoteness in its slow winter life. Have a stop at the beach of raw and arctic Baltic Sea before you will return to Klaipėda. Take a walk through the the cozy cobblestoned streets of the old town and hear about the history and life of Lithuania’s only port and once Prussian city before heading back to Vilnius.
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