Estonia may be small, but it's never dull. This entertaining destination is earning the title of being the most organic country in the world. Rich in natural forests and agricultural land, one wouldn't expect to find free Wi-fi in every corner. The geek scene is alive and well in Estonia, and many high tech companies have found their origins here. Widely ignored by tourists, this little country on the Baltic Sea has an extremely diverse cultural background. Estonia is a country where beer is the go-to drink, wearing a reflector after dark is mandatory, saunas are a must-do, and singing is a national pastime. Travelers can enjoy windmills, spas, old streets, palaces, forests, beaches, and even sleep out with the bears or go on a bog walk with unlimited blueberries. Estonia, a place where your money will go the furthest of anywhere in Europe, is worth adding to any bucket list.

01Lahemma National Park

Rocks on the seashore of Lahemma National Park it is a big ocean with wide shore in Estonia NordicMoonlight / Getty Images

The Lahemma National Park is perfect for the outdoorsy type. It'some to many animals; the park also is home to beautiful manors, quaint fishing villages, and the scenic Jägala Waterfall. Sagadi Manor, built over 500 years ago, and Viru Bog Trail, which provides a diverse and colorful display of typical Estonian flora, are popular points of interest. While Altja village displays restored traditional buildings and fishing sheds. A visit isn't complete without a beer and lunch in the ancient-looking Altja Tavern.