Summer evening Langeoog, © Tourismus-Service Langeoog/ Andreas Falk
© Tourismus-Service Langeoog/ Andreas Falk

Nature from Home

A walk between the seabed and horizon on the Wadden Sea? A stroll in the shade of the dark green leaf canopies? Or maybe you’d rather enjoy sunset on a solitary park bench with a view over the Lüneburger Heide?

Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony) has a wide range of breathtakingly beautiful nature experiences. So beautiful in fact, that we have brought nature indoors especially for you. Right into your home.

Discover Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony) thanks to our virtual tours, as though you were there in person. In addition to this fantastic video material, you can read fascinating travel reports by our bloggers. They will take you with them on their journeys of discovery through Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony) and reveal their personal excursion tips. Children can learn more about nature and caring for the environment through the Watten Games app. There are also lots of 360° images available, affording you insights into the nicest hiking trails between the Harz mountains and the Heide.

Did you know? Recent studies have shown that nature experiences have a positive effect on your health and wellbeing. It doesn’t matter if the excursion is a real outing to the countryside or only a virtual one.

So get comfy on your sofa, put on your favourite playlist and immerse yourself in the wonderful nature of Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony) with a virtual walk! Enjoy!

Digital Nature Experiences

A short trip through Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony)’s natural landscapes

The Watten Games 

A clean environment is important for us all. Sensitive areas in particular, such as the Wadden Sea, rely on a healthy environment. Litter on beaches and in the water present a huge challenge here. 

Two cuddling grey seals, © Willi Rolfes
© Willi Rolfes

The Watten Games, developed as part of the Watten Agenda project, are a fun way of raising awareness about the issue. Successfully completing several levels keeps the UNESCO world natural heritage site free from litter.