Boating Days Out on the Norfolk Broads
The Norfolk Broads is one of Britain’s National Parks; being the largest protected area of wetland amidst this area of outstanding natural beauty; of large open shallow broads linked by rivers and navigable waterways with the surrounding reed beds and marshes. It is truly a unique place with a wide variety of wildlife and breath-taking scenery that is waiting for you to discover next time you have a day out on the Norfolk Broads.
The Norfolk Broads area can be found east of Norwich heading via Acle up the east coast, and inland to Stalham on the Rivers Bure, Thurne and Ant and south of Norwich to Reedham, Loddon and up to Great Yarmouth on the Rivers Yare. The area can be easily reached by car, train and bus services from Norwich.
The Norfolk Broads can best be appreciated by boat. Vessels can be hired from centres such as Wroxham, Potter Heigham and Horning; catering for week long family holidays on Norfolk Broad Cruisers to small electric boats that are ideal for day trips up the river. There are also guided river trips available during the summer season from Norwich and Wroxham; offering shorter excursions for those wanting a leisurely afternoon trip. Just one the ways for you to enjoy a day out when taking a boat trip on the Norfolk Broads.
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