Highlights

  • Natural landscapes and Lithuanian “canyons” in Neris Regional Park
  • UNESCO Heritage Site Kernavė
  • Tea and pie on a picnic break

IMPORTANT: Price options for 1-4 persons private group include transfers with 4+1 seater regular car. If you prefer a larger vehicle, please choose an options starting from 5 persons and including 8+1 seater van.

Neris Nature Park Kernave Hike

From €25,00/person

Price

Private tour: 1-4 pax – €160,00/group / 5-8 pax – €200,00/group

Availability

Season: March – November

This is a small group private tour

Available 2019.03.15 to 2019.11.30 (advance booking required)

Recommended starting time 10:00

Duration approx. 5-6 hours

Min. 1 person – Max. 8 persons

Meeting point

Pick up from your hotel/address in Vilnius

Inclusions
  • Professional guide
  • All transportation transport from/to Vilnius
  • Picnic with tea and pie
  • Photos of the tour made by guide will be sent afterwards
  • I had such a great time hiking with Simas in the Neris River Valley. If you love nature and history this is the perfect way to spend your day!

    Tava (USA) on Trip Advisor
  • We booked a trip to Trakai through North North East and we had a fantastic time. Simas was a great guide- knowledgeable in things outdoors and history! In fact, we enjoyed ourselves so much that we arranged a second day trip to Kernave with him. We have learnt a lot more about Lithuania and have certainly enjoyed the beautiful nature of the country. I would definitely recommend this company!

    Tien (Singapore) on Trip Advisor

More About the Tour

Start your trip in Vilnius. After meeting your guide your will get a transfer (approx. 45 min.) to reach Neris Regional Park. You will hike a 5-km trail through the woods and hills in the Dūkšta river valley, see some ancient hill forts and reach the scenic confluence of two rivers. Have a pie break with hot tea, pie and a view and head to Kernavė – an ancient settlement on the right bank of Neris and medieval capital of Lithuania. Explore UNESCO Heritage Site and climb some of the mounds to
round up your trip.
Please dress accordingly to the weather conditions, wear appropriate footwear (sandals or hiking shoes depending on weather conditions would be ideal).
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