Kert Senior Tour Guide

Kert has studied history like most of the staff of Traveller Tours. He is a philosopher stuck in thought at one second who can turn into a humorist and a showman with the blink of an eye.

He is an experienced alpine skier and a used to do acting as a hobby. He has even won a prize for mimicking a former Estonian prime minister (yeah, we give out prizes for that). Kert also likes to think of himself as a semi-professional crowd-surfer and stage-diver who is willing to travel abroad to see his favourite bands play. He actually plans on becoming a teacher one day.

Kert's vast work experience includes but is not limited to working as a journalist, archeologist, lifeguard, organ builder's assistant and a carpenter. He also only claims to need one match to set up a bonfire, coincidentally, that's how many matches he has on Tinder.

Kert's tours are a one-man stand-up show that will never cease to amaze - historic facts fixed with satire and improv will sum up to a great day out.

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What people say about Kert

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"A great day away from Tallinn."

My family all said this was one of their favorites of our trip to Tallinn. Our guide Kert was great. Getting to see the old Soviet town, quarry/prison, abandoned base and cargo plane gave us a feel for life under the USSR rule. Getting to the coastal cliffs gave us some beautiful views.

"Easy way to experience a bit of country "

Very good idea to visit places on the way between Tallinn and Rīga, and this one is made easy and nice, we had a very knowledgeable and accommodating tour guide. I guess I wish we had seen more of Estonia, the museum wasn’t too much of a new thing to me.

"A great way to explore the countryside!"

A lovely day. I really wanted to get outside capitol cities into villages, and this tour allows this opportunity. Our guide Kert was very knowledgeable and just a very warm, great guy. Conversation flowed frfelt. The other guests were interesting because they had Estonian heritage and added their own personal stories when we visited sites. I would highly suggest this tour to my friends!

"Tour offered cultural insights beyond visit to capital cities. "

Kert was a great guide. His enthusiasm to share his knowledge of the history and culture of Estonia and Latvia was a huge benefit to our trip from Tallinn to Riga. I did enjoy each of the stops. I do wish we could have explored Cesis to a greater extent. The road to the national park was pretty rough (Gravel road with extended sections with washboard). But in it's own way, the road revealed the state of rural living as it exists today. The restaurant for lunch was nice.

"Getting from A to B hitting several other letters on the way"

My friends and I decided to make the most of the journey between Riga and Tallinn so signed up for the sightseeing tour. It was a long day, about 12 hours in total, but well worth it. We set off in two mini-vans of a maximum capacity of 8 (we were in a van of six) so it was comfortable. The guides, Anna and Kert, were very nice, knowledgeable and had a funny Latvian-Estonian banter going on. They answer all our questions and provided us with insights into the day to day life in both countries. We visited several places we would not have been able to do had we just taken public transport between both cities, and enjoyed getting to know the countries better, as well as other travellers. Overall we enjoyed the experience and would recommend it.

"Getting from A to B hitting several other letters on the way"

My friends and I decided to make the most of the journey between Riga and Tallinn so signed up for the sightseeing tour. It was a long day, about 12 hours in total, but well worth it. We set off in two mini-vans of a maximum capacity of 8 (we were in a van of six) so it was comfortable. The guides, Anna and Kert, were very nice, knowledgeable and had a funny Latvian-Estonian banter going on. They answer all our questions and provided us with insights into the day to day life in both countries. We visited several places we would not have been able to do had we just taken public transport between both cities, and enjoyed getting to know the countries better, as well as other travellers. Overall we enjoyed the experience and would recommend it.

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