Many visitors of the protected areas have noted that quite a few products and services provided within a national or regional park is marked with a product label – an ethnographic bird. This protected areas products’ label aims to draw visitors’ attention to local products and services, traditional crafts and natural and cultural values. Label of the Neris regional park’s product indicates quality, authentic presentation and possitive contribution to sustainable tourism development. Products and services such as accommodation and catering, tour guiding services or traditional craftwork can be found marked with this label. It makes it easier for travellers visiting the Neris regional park to find quality services and authentic, region-specific products.

Raft.lt raft trips

2016-09-07
Raft.lt raft trips offer a unique and active vacation style perfect for families, friends and fishermen. Our spacious inflatable rafts are easily managed, highly secure and stable. So whether you’re looking to spend a few hours on a work night and would like to do a short trip along the Neris river to see Vilnius from a different angle; or you’re looking for an itinerary encompassing a few... read more

Bike rental service

2016-04-12
When you arrive, park your vehicle and explore the Neris regional park with two wheels. Biking is one of the easiest, most fun ways to explore 25 k long the Neris left bank tourist route. The landscape in Lithuania is flat, which makes it perfect for easy riding along our designated path. All rental bikes are available upon reservations in advance. Call +370 686 84816 or +370 699 07825... read more
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In English “Slėnyje” would be “In the Valley”. The name came after the location of our estate – it lies in a deep valley carved by the Neris river and Dūkšta stream, at the foot of Karmazinai mound. Our estate is located just a few of hundred meters away from the river Dūkšta cognitive walkway, and a few kilometres away from the oak-wood of Dūkštos cognitive walkway and... read more