Meet the wildlife of
our National park inGauja!
Gorgeous to see how
100 hot air balloons liftoff the ground!
Enjoy early
morning fog inTuraida castle
Sometimes you need
just a beautifullandscape!
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Gūtmaņa cave
Gūtmaņa Cave is the largest cave in the Baltics is shrouded in legends and permeated with ancient energy.
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Steep banks of Gauja
Curve of River Gauja opposite of Jānis Daliņš' stadium, where in an 80 m long section on the right bank of the river sand outcrops up to 10 m high (result of the erosion due to the rapid) are seen.
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Blue hill (Zilaiskalns)
The legendary mound ZIlaiskalns, which is overgrown with trees and which is covered blue and white anemones in spring, was a significant holy place for the ancient Latgalians.
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Karlamuiza's landscape park trail
Karlamuiza's landscape park trail winds through an old park, which leads to one of the largest sandstone outcrops in Latvia – the Ainavu precipice.
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Sietiņiezis Rock
Sietiņiezis Rock reveals sandstone formations and ornaments, which have formed over millions of years of natural processes!
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Ērgļu Cliffs
Ērgļu (Eagle) Cliffs embody the freedom and thrill of an eagle’s flight, when feelings are as powerful as organ music!
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Lake Dzirnavu in Valmiera
Lake Dzirnavu is a beautiful place with an interesting history in the centre of Valmiera for walks and leisure.
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AdventureRide Riding Vacations
Go on AdventureRide riding vacation and discover the beauty of Gauja National Park while riding through the forest riverbeds or banks and be delighted of landscapes worth a fairytale!
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AdventureRide nature tours with a tour guide
AdventureRide boat ride, walking and mountain biking nature tours with a tour guide offer holidays full of adventure and excitement in authentic environment.
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Cīrulīši nature trails
This exciting Cīrulīši Nature Trail will introduce you to the evolution of the beautiful Gauja River valley from ice age to nowadays!
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