Breathtaking scenery awaits you in the Oder Delta Discover a unique river landscape in Europe with magnificent wildlife.
Travel the Oder Delta at your own pace, equipped with the best gear and backed by our professional nature guides. Two half-day excursions into nature give you the best chance to experience the region's amazing wildlife, both on foot and on water.
In the tranquility of the delta's unspoiled nature you will come across storks, herons, white-tailed eagles, as well as otters and beavers (with luck!). The remains of Slavic castles, village churches and monasteries also wait to be discovered
After days exploring, return home to your farmhouse accommodation. With friendly staff and warm hospitality, these historic settings are filled with charm. Nestle into the sitting area around the fireplace and enjoy a good book or cup of tea and reminisce over the adventures of the days gone past.
Day 1: Arrival in the charming town of Stolpe or Liepen, both nestled at the Peene river. Enjoy your luxurious surroundings, use the spa or simply enjoy fine dining with a good glass of wine.
Day 2: After breakfast, you can explore your surroundings in the charming towns along the Peene. In the afternoon, our guide Gunther will take you on a walking safari in the Anklamer Stadtbruch where you can see white tailed eagles, deer, otter and many species of bird. You can enjoy dinner in recommended restaurants in the area, or just stay put in your lovely hotel.
Day 3: After another wonderful breakfast hop on a solar boat and discover the variety of bird species that nest in the Oder Delta. This birdwatching safari is guided by a certified nature guide.
An alternative to this activity is a 2,5 hrs guided canoe trip from Stolpe/Liepen to Anklam or vice versa, to enjoy the Peene from the water in a different way. In the evening enjoy a 3 course dining experience in your accommodation.
Day 4: Departure after breakfast
The cost includes: Three overnights (double room) in a farmhouse of your choice: (Gutshof Liepen *** OR Gutshaus Stolpe**** ) Three breakfasts. Two dinners (3-course meal). One guided white tailed eagle watching in the Peene valley incl. rustic picnic. One 3 hr birdwatching by electric powered boat from Anklam OR 2,5 hr guided canoe trip from Stolpe/Liepen accompanied by certified nature and landscape guides
The cost does not include: Train/Flights to Anklam. Other lunches and dinners than included in the programme. Insurance. Personal items
What to bring: We recommend you to dress in layers. Water/ comfortable shoes, sun hat, water bottle, daypack, long pants, rain pants, hat and gloves, jacket, raincoat or poncho, sun protection cream and non smelling mosquito/tick repellent. Binoculars, personal toiletries/medicines and a sense of adventure!
Rewilding Europe Levy: 5% of your booking sum goes to the local Rewilding Europe organization.
The Oder Delta is becoming increasingly well-known as a rewilding area and prominent nature tourism destination. Rewilding Europe is developing a network of local wilderness guides, wildlife watching tours and hides, lodging and other nature-based enterprises that are creating jobs and burgeoning support for rewilding.
Funded by the Krombacher Brewery Species Conservation Project, the Oder Delta team is working with partners to boost biodiversity in the delta by improving habitats. In Germany the eagle is one of the rarest breeding bird species, with only about 100 breeding pairs left in the northeastern part of the country, most of them in the Oder Delta rewilding area and its surroundings. Nest protection shields were also installed to protect eagle nests against predation in order to boost breeding success.
The Rewilding Oder Delta team is now working to restore fish populations and fish migration in the Stettin Lagoon and associated rivers, in collaboration with local communities and the State Office for Agriculture and the Environment in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Activities, which focus on rivers in the Vorpommern-Greifswald district, include the rewilding of river banks, the restoration of natural hydrodynamics, the removal of obstacles to support fish migration, and the re-wetting of areas adjacent to waterways.