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Island Riddles

 

Close your eyes and sniff: you’re almost in the woods. The moss smells, the trees are swaying high, did the others already make it down to the sea? Welcome to a different adventure trip to the Pellinge Archipelago, a nature where stories come to life.

The theme trip is based on the beloved picture book ‘The Book about Moomin, Mymble and Little My’ by Tove Jansson. Island Riddles will take you on a milk-seeking trip to the Moomin primeval forest and to the same beaches that Tove used to walk as a child. When you set out on your journey, you will receive a book along with 14 puzzles, by solving them you will find the path through the forest. Take your friend by the hand, let’s go!

Covid-19 We have conducted a risk analysis in which we have mapped the effects of Sars-covid-19 on the implementation of the route. The great thing is that an adventure day in the archipelago is entirely possible and safe to take. We have limited participants to one group per day so that there is no risk of droplet infection. As soon as you have made a booking, other bookings for the day will be blocked from the calendar. Based on the risk analysis, we have partially modified the tasks of the route and in this situation we are also unable to provide rides or transport services for those participating in the route. This means that since the finish area is about 3.5km from the start area, the group folds the trip back to the start area itself. We can also arrange a bicycle, for example, so that one of the group can pick up the car and pick up the others.

To mark the 75th anniversary of the Moomins Moomin Characters Ltd is launching the #OURSEA campaign in collaboration with the John Nurminen Foundation to help raise funds to save the Baltic Sea and its vibrant culture. We are also part of the campaign.

In the forest

 

When you go into the woods, you realise you know this game. Somewhere crumbles, a small creature flashes across the landscape. Climb up the slope, you can already smell the sea breeze. From the hill you can see farther. You will find the route, you can read nature. The day will be happy. Nature and man belong together. Both can be protected from all evil.