‘From first setting foot on the reserve, walking down to the launch point and all the way through the winding watery tour, you’ll not only be amazed by the variety of wildlife you’ll see, but also by just how exhilarating it feels to get out onto the water and see from a new perspective.
‘Getting into a kayak opens up parts of The Broads that others can’t get to, even by boat, and brings an abundance of wildlife closer than you’ve experienced it anywhere else!’
RSPB Active in Nature development officer in The Broads
Starting with a walk through the reserve’s woodland and wetland habitats, the RSPB’s kayak tours provide an opportunity to see the wildlife of The Broads National Park – including the many birds that live on and near the water, like the great-crested grebe, reed warbler and marsh harrier – in a whole new way.
You’ll get to combine wildlife watching with a water-based workout as you paddle along the river that feeds Norfolk’s famous reedbeds, and then duck off into the hidden reedy jungle of Surlingham and Rockland Broads.