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Very intersting spot

The crater that we visited was a lot of fun. I went here as part of tour and our guide told us a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Santa Clara, California
Manage your expectations and you'll be impressed

Estonia has had an unusual amount of meteorite activity over the millennia and this crater is the... read more

Reviewed May 29, 2018
Tallinn, Estonia
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Reviewed yesterday

The crater that we visited was a lot of fun. I went here as part of tour and our guide told us a lot about the area. It would not have been as interesting without a guide as there were only a couple of informational...More

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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I was there after dry days without rain and the place looked really dried up compared to last time i visited. Its a brand new experience for me as i was able to see much deeper in crater this time. I didnt realise that the...More

Thank AdamWellsReviews
Reviewed June 16, 2018 via mobile

If you are even a little bit interested of meteorites this might be a place to see. It is easy to reach and accessible with little children as well. But if old impact craters are not your cup of tea all you see is a...More

Thank Klaus K
Reviewed May 29, 2018

Estonia has had an unusual amount of meteorite activity over the millennia and this crater is the most visible result. That said, don't come here expect some post-apocalyptic theme park with endless attractions: it's more like an actual park with trees and stuff, and while...More

Thank phutty
Reviewed May 3, 2018

Kaali Metropolitan Crater is a well-rounded tourist attraction. The environment has been arranged. Convenient for tourists. Easily accessible. Description exhaustive. We successfully selected the time of the journey when the spring is around and the crater's surroundings are included in the blooming vines. Good photos...More

Thank diresn
Reviewed April 24, 2018 via mobile

The scale is unable to be appreciated unless you go there. Quite peaceful place, definitely part of the Saaremaa experience. Ferry was so easy with professional staff. Watch your GPS-the initial turn off the main road is easy to miss. Definitely one of those places...More

Thank travelingfoodiefam
Reviewed April 17, 2018 via mobile

It is historical crater, where metheorit was falling down for a long time ago. Today there is a calm park where to sit and meditate. Beautiful surroundings. Newly renovated museum and restaurant nearby. Open in summer time.

Thank afrodiite2014
Reviewed January 22, 2018

If you want to understand whether you are young or not - visit 5000years old crater . amazing experience

Thank KatheN76
Reviewed December 24, 2017 via mobile

Really cool to see a REAL meteorite crater (the origin is confirmed). There is an authentic tavern nearby, but all in all I think it is much better to visit it in summer - the view should be more spectacular.

Thank Antons P
Reviewed November 11, 2017 via mobile

It you didn’t know what the ditch is from you would bother. The fact it is created by a meteorite makes it very interesting and educational. The site will not take your breath away but will certainly make you think what all is out there.

Thank beachstone2c
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