Activities you can do on your Norfolk Broads boating holiday.

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When you are planning a Norfolk Broads boating holiday one of the main components of your planning is to plan the route you wish to travel. Take a look at the possibilities.

Before we start the journey we need to focus on the origin first. Even though the broads look totally natural it is actually mostly man made and the result of years of peat digging. Funny though it took until the 1950’s to be discovered that this was due to digging and not natural when a doctor doing research on the lakes found that the sides where vertical. The other obvious clue is the name, most natural lakes and river systems have names that stems from historical languages or names, with the broads this is not the case. This is some interesting facts you can use as a taster while you are planning your Norfolk Broads boating holiday.

The broads consists of almost 300 km of free flowing rivers that provide the perfect opportunity for a grand adventure. The Broads are normally divided in the Northern and Southern parts.

Activities around the Broads

1) Cycling. cycling gives you the ability to explore and breathe in your surrounds as you travel through the landscape. One of the benefits of a boating holiday is that you can rent bicycles that you can take on board and use them for cycle routes. There are three cycle routes you can enjoy on your Norfolk Broads boating holiday. One of those are the Sustrans National cycling network, that includes the child friendly Marriott’s Way and the more advanced Peddars Way

2) Golf. Golf is a fun way, to create a great family experience while on holiday, not only is it relaxing it is healthy too. Most golfclubs have rental golf sets available that means you do not have to take it along on your boat. With loads of golf courses to choose from for every skillset you are sure to add an unforgettable experience to your

Norfolk Broads boating holiday.

3) Walking.Having no less that four different types of landscapes to boast with makes the broads an excellent area for walking and hiking. You will find Fen, Forrest Country and coast all wrapped up in a single package. Hiking routes in the broads can be anything from 1 to 78 miles long challenging walkers of any age and fitness.

4) Fishing. Fishing is a favoured activity in the broads, you can sit on the deck of your boat with a long drink in one hand while you reel the big ones in. other than fishing from your boat there are also day fishing spots available in the smaller rivers where you will even be able to hook some Bass. Reeling in the big one will leave you with a great story to tell of your Norfolk Broads boating holiday.