Welcome to Norfolk Broads Find out where to stay, what to do and where to go

The Light at the End of the Tunnel 

Norfolk and the Broads are fully open for visitors. Book your stay now as there has been a huge rush to explore all the wonderful places this county has to offer - Enjoy your visit but please Stay Alert and Stay Safe!!!

The risk of the coronavirus being passed on is still there so maintain social distancing and taking all the measures you can to keep this virus at bay. Please check with the places you intend to visit as to their plans to keep their visitors safe. 

Please remember to take all evidence of your visits to the parks, gardens and beaches with you when you leave, this helps keep these lovely places beautiful for others.

The Boat Hire businesses, Cafes, Restaurants, Pubs are open, but again please be vigilant and respectful of everyone and wear a mask where appropriate. 

Here in the Norfolk we are keen to welcome visitors back to stay and have fun.

Welcome to The Premier Tourism Guide for the Norfolk Broads. Browse through our guide and discover what there is to see, do and visit in this lovely area of outstanding beauty. Click here "Explore the Norfolk Broads" or click on any of the picture boxes, or on the button at the top or bottom of the page to begin your journey. Whether you hire a boat to stay on, hire a day boat, or enjoy many of the family activities available, we hope you enjoy your experience.  Come and visit the Norfolk Broads soon to see for yourself all that the Broads have to offer.

Broadland

Locals often refer to the area of the Norfolk Broads as 'Broadland' which, as some of the rivers and broads make their way into neighbouring Suffolk, could be considered a more inclusive name for this beautiful part of England.

City of Norwich

Norwich is vibrant and very photogenic, a place with the richest of histories and a castle to boot.  Its winding narrow streets conjure up images of the Norman beginnings, mediaeval growth to the present day.

Places, Towns and Villages

The countryside is undulating and mostly agricultural, so the colours of the landscape are ever changing and there are the most lovely villages and towns to explore not to mention the beautiful Rivers Yare, Ant, Waveney, Chet and Bure that meander their leisurely way through connecting the beautiful inland lakes or Broads, creating the waterways and wetlands that make up The Norfolk Broads.  

Wildlife

The wildlife abounds in this landscape, adapting to the ever changing environment and conservation has been very successful in reintroducing species such as the otter and even the heron  that for a long time, struggled to survive. To the eastern side of the Norfolk Broads, the sandy beaches and stunning coastline caress the Broads at Horsey Mere with the salt water of the North Sea coming within a hare's breathe of the fresh water of the Broads.  Grey and common seals are thriving on this shoreline and a visit to see them up close is a must.

Boating

Boating and in particular, Boat Hire of course, has played its part in the development of the tourist industry since the early 20th century and today it is still a vibrant and successful part of Broadland life.  Videos of the boating life are very popular, many show just how life afloat and boats have changed over the decades.  

Exploring the Norfolk Broads

Click the Explore button below to get a taster of Broadland life, begin your journey of the Norfolk Broads, where to go, what to do and what to see. We hope you enjoy your experience and come and visit soon to see for yourself all that the Norfolk Broads have to offer.

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