Photo Hunt

A photo hunt is a fun, and somewhat crazy, orienteering game!  A photo hunt is not dependent on a place or the weather. If you have a fun group, then come on the hunt!

A photo hunt can be organized anywhere, ‘hunting’ does not require great physical effort and is suitable for people of all ages.

The objective of a photo hunt is for teams to find the places on a photograph and to make as creative a photo as possible in the same location. The team members must also be on the photo. Every photograph includes exact instructions on how the team members must appear on the photo.

The team will be given a legend, photographs on paper and a digital camera (Canon). During the allotted time, the team must find as many locations as possible if possible, all and photograph them according to the instructions.

The active orienteering-hunting portion of the photo hunt is followed by a viewing of the photos, which may be organized immediately after the hunt or later, as part of a dinner, party or other program.

Number of people
Up to 200 people at a time can participate in a photo hunt. Groups of 15-120 are especially appropriate for ‘hunting’.The optimal number for one team is 5-8 people.

Where can photo hunts be organized?
There are practically no limits on where photo hunts can be held. The ‘hunt’ may take place in nature, in town, in the countryside.

What language is used in the photo hunt?
Photo hunts can be ordered in Estonian, English, Finnish, and German.

Duration of the event
The active portion of the photo hunt takes 2½ hours and a few kilometers are covered in the course of the hunt. Viewing the photos after the hunt takes ½ to 1 hour.


  • The price for 10 people is 284 €
  • Each additional person costs 14 €
  • Group prices are valid for groups of more than 35
    • 36-50 persons 638 €
    • 51-70 persons 766 €
    • 71-100 persons 894 €
    • 101–150 persons 1021 €
    • 151-200 persons 1149 €

To order

For additional information or to order an event,
contact Alar at
Telephone: +372 56 632 979

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