Welcome to experience the magnificent Bothnian Sea and a nature lover's paradise! After disembarking at Iso-Enskeri, you can explore this diverse island along a nature trail (1.4 km or 3 km). The narrow path leads you to the devil's field and gives you an insight into the history of the island. The dense spruce forest in the centre of the island has an old-growth forest feel and the trailside ant nests give the walk a special rythm. Alternatively, you can spend the day relaxing by the beach and enjoying your own picnic while admiring the sea. For the visitors, the island offers a fireplace, a cooking shelter and a dry toilet. This beautiful part of Bothnian Sea National Park's outer archipelago has been preserved intact since ancient times, It can be described as unique - here you are a guest of honour in nature. The area is rich in seabirds, and the boat trip will take you not only past idyllic summer cottage islands but, if lucky, also swan families.
On Sundays: 18.6., 25.6., 2.7., 9.7., 16.7., 23.7., 30.7., 6.8., 13.8. and 20.8. at 2pm–6pm (day trip).
On Wednesdays: 28.6., 5.7., 19.7. and 2.8. at 5pm–9pm (evening trip).
Price per person: 45 €/adults, 25 €/children under 12 years
Group size: min. 5 and max. 10 persons
Duration: approx. 4 hours
Departure: Fishing centre Merimesta pier, Reposaari.
Bring your own snacks and drinks!
Boat trip: 45 min. / one way
Weather reservation: Wind limit 12 m/s. Depending on the weather, it may be possible to go to an alternative destination.
Wear clothing appropriate for the weather and footwear suitable for cross-country walking. Bear in mind it is always colder at sea than on land!
More information about Iso-Enskeri:
If you make a last-minute decision to join us, you can also call and ask if there is room: boat entrepreneur Timo Lokki, tel. +358 44 500 4142. If the excursion cannot be carried out, those who have booked will be informed of the cancellation at least 4 hours before the start of the excursion. If you would like to book this trip privately for an other date, please contact the captain: Timo Lokki, tel. +358 44 500 4142.