Latvia, nestled in Northern Europe, is a country rich in cultural heritage and natural beauty. Beyond its charming landscapes and historic sites, Latvia offers many incentive activities that will make your programme stand out!
Well-being Retreats and Spa Traditions
Latvia boasts a long-standing tradition of spas and saunas, making it a top choice for those looking to rejuvenate their mind and body. The sauna and bathhouse tradition in Latvia dates back to the 19th century and continues to thrive today. Visitors can indulge in unique spa rituals, such as beer baths or open-air water tubs, that allow participants to soak in the serenity while gazing at the starry sky above.
Water Tourism Paradise
Latvia’s abundance of waterways, including 12,500 rivers and streams, positions the country as a prime water tourism destination in Northern Europe. With lakes covering 1.5% of the nation’s territory, Latvia offers diverse opportunities for water and wind sports, catering to every interest group and skill level.
Boating enthusiasts can explore the scenic rivers and streams on a larger yacht or small-scale sailboat. The Gauja River, the longest boating river in Latvia at 440 km, is a popular choice for those seeking a leisurely cruise through picturesque landscapes.
For the more adventurous, the Ogre River presents untamed nature, complete with adrenaline-pumping rapids. Experienced riders can navigate the river on kayaks, sea kayaks, inflatable boats, canoes, or pontoon floats. Or head to Pāvilosta for extreme water sports like surfing, windsurfing, and kitesurfing.
Whether you seek relaxation in spa rituals or the excitement of water sports, Latvia’s diverse activities promise a memorable incentive programme.
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