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About the national park

  • Established in 2018, Alutaguse National park´s  44 331 hectares include 11 separate protected areas (mainly in Alutaguse parish): Puhatu, Agusalu, Muraka and Selisoo nature reserves; Kurtna, Smolnitsa, Jõuga, Iisaku, Struuga and Mäetaguse landscape reserves and River Narva low stream limited conservation area.
  • Alutaguse National park was formed to protect and allow access to the extensive bog, forest and coastal landscapes together with our cultural heritage, characteristic to North East Estonia.
  • Alutaguse National Park is affiliated to Natura 2000 - the EU network of protected areas.
  • Agusalu and Muraka bogs form part of the framework of the internationally  important Ramsar Convention.

Agusalu National Park brochure and map (2019) ENG   (12,4 Mb)

Photo by Remo Savisaar