Hunting tourism in Estonia attracts more foreigners


According to Kalev Manniste, head of the hunting management department at the State Forest Management Centre, nearly 1,400 people used the option of paid hunting during the previous season, 1,000 of whom were foreigners. The centre asks for an average of EEK 3,000 (EUR 192) per day of hunting from tourists. When game is caught, that has to be paid for as well. Finns hunt the most in Estonia's forests, followed by Germans. The article adds that Italians, French and Austrians are going to the island of Hiiumaa to shoot birds in autumn.

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