Sailing by yacht in the Curonian Bay, while observing the wide and far landscape of the Curonian Spit, its wind-blown sand dunes, unique flora, fishing villages.
During the trip, you will be able to enjoy the village of Nida, the Cape Horn (the widest point of the Curonian Spit), Preila, the Hill of Vecekrug, Pervalka, Pervalka Lighthouse, and the “desert of the Curonian Spit” – the Dead Dunes.
The Dead Dunes are one of the most impressive elements of the landscape of the Curonian Spit, which stretches between Pervalka and Juodkrantė. Their more formal name is the Grey Dunes for their dominant vegetation colour.
They are considered the longest dunes in Lithuania. Besides, they keep memory of one of the saddest stories about villages of the Curonian Spit – between 1675 and 1934, there were, supposedly, sanded up 4 villages of Nagliai, which are by now looming deeply in the crunching sand. The highest dunes are Vingkopė (51 m) and Nagliai (53 m).
To preserve this natural wonder, it was forbidden to walk along it, so, the only opportunity to see it – to watch it from the water.
The ship price is 170 EUR.
The trip price is per person 40 EUR.
During the voyage, each passenger shall be served exotic Indian delicacies made by monks. We will perform a short meditation using Tibetan singing bowls by the Dead Dunes.
We have been organizing recreational trips in the Curonian Lagoon and the Neman river for more than five years.