Special effects can get kind of tiring. That is why, if we were to make a movie about Lithuania, we would go all natural. Here in this country,magic comes in colour green, and not the green screen—every other kind of green. Take a look and discover the Meadow green, Swamp green, Lakeside green, Pine tree green and Lithuania’s Deep Forest Green.

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  1. Čepkeliai Reserve

Imagine this—you are walking deep into the forest, picking blueberries, and enjoying those last rays of sun before the rainy and dark autumn comes. Suddenly, beautiful continental dunes and an observation tower greet you, with a view of a mysterious field stretching out into the horizon. Before your very eyes, a misty swamp splurges with the life of thousands of species and stands still at the same time. Other-wordly and stunning, this is Čepkeliai Marsh. Read more →

  1. Kamanai Reserve

Thousands of years ago, a massive glacier moving though the current Lithuanian territory left a bunch of ridges. As time passed, they got surrounded by hundreds of little lakes and marshes, which today look like tiny mystical islands. They are now a home to wolves, lynxes, hazel dormice, blackcocks, and a variety of other species, including the near-extinct spoonleaf sundew. Read more →

  1. Viešvilė Reserve

The staff at Viešvilė Reserve claims that it is undoubtedly the most mosaic protected territory in Lithuania. And indeed, it is a real treat to the eyes: a lonely lakelet with a lovely stream flowing through an entire reserve, spongy swamps, deep woods, continental dunes, and of course, a significant number of living creatures that you will not get to meet anywhere else. Read more →

  1. Žuvintas Biosphere Reserve

Standing left in awe as words choke in your throat is what you feel when watching thousands of birds fly over Lake Žuvinta. It is a perfect place for birds to breed and feed and thus a spectacular location for those just starting to learn how grand nature can be. And just as the most intense autumnal bird migration is happening right now, the spectators watch more than 240 bird species from up close or through a telescope at the visitors center. Read more →



Right by the southwestern country border lies the beautiful Lake Vištytis and a town carrying the same name. The legend says that almost a hundred years ago a local man from Vištytis town harnessed the wind to produce flour. This year, the millhouse has come back to life for a different purpose—to educate the ones interested in the old crafts and to feed the hungry souls with mesmerizing views. The millhouse has not only regained its original shape but has also become a spot for landscape observation. Read more →

Museum of Ancient Beekeeping

Soulful and rewarding friendship between bees and humans is what beekeeping is all about. Learn about this occupation dating hundreds of years back and treat yourself with a unique therapeutic experience. The Museum of Ancient Beekeeping offers aromatherapy in a new and original way: a cozy attic, the scent of bee products, the sound of bees humming, it all helps calm the mind and relax tension, whereas a swinging hammock has a soothing effect, reminding of a baby’s sensations in a mother’s womb. Read more →


Ventė Cape

Ventė Cape is not only known as a perfect birdwatching place where half a million of birds pass each day during the peak migratory season in September and October. It is also one of the oldest bird ringing stations in Europe, established in 1929 by the legendary Lithuanian biologist Tadas Ivanauskas. Read more →

Curonian Spit National Park

The Curonian Spit National Park, cherished for its prehistoric sand-dunes, is also an excellent spot for birdwatching, especially for those who are planning to spend their holidays near the Baltic Sea. Here visitors can observe such rare bird species as peregrine and red-legged falcons, brown kites and pink starlings. Read more →