The Norfolk Broads offers visitors an experience unlike any other. This magical waterland created by peat excavators in the Middle Ages is Britain's only National wetland and home to fascinating array of wildlife and plants. The Broads are a uniquely beautiful area that have a distinct character with over 60 lakes 'Broads' and 125 miles of calm, meandering river.
Boating is one of the best ways to enjoy this attractive and fascinating National Park. Whether you want to hire a boat for a holiday or just for a day, today’s boats are very easy to handle and there is a huge choice of boats for visitors - traditional sail boats, wherries, diesel or electric-powered motor cruisers, canoes, dinghies.
Watch the video below to get a taste of the Broads.
The River Bure and Wroxham
Plan a trip with family and friends to stay on a houseboat in Horning. These log cabin style houseboats provide a comfy base from which to explore the Norfolk Broads. Many come with day launches so you can set off across the ripples of the River Bure or simply relax on the balcony and enjoy being on the water without even slipping your mooring.
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Events are ideal for having a go for the first time, trying the boat of your dreams or picking the brains of all those marine companies to get the answers to your questions.
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