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We had a two hour trip with a guide. The boats only take twelve people and we had to book a few days in advance. We visited two hides and a look-out tower (the highlight of the trip). It was a lovely way to pass...More
Lovely to recharge the batteries. Beautiful reed beds, well designed hides that blend into the landscape due to their little thatched roofs. Enormous amounts of swans, ducks, dragonflies and a wonderful sighting of a marsh harrier. So many butterflies and wonderful silence. Unfortunately we didn't...More
This Norfolk Wildlife Trust Reserve is a delight for walkers, bird-watchers, solitude seekers - and many between.
The reeds whisper and keep their tales; the birds swoop silently or screech triumphantly as the water laps the sides of many paths. The bird hides are a...More
We went for a wildlife boat trip in the Hickling Reserve as part of our work retreat in June. The experience was amazing, from the time when I first enquired by email about availability, organisation and prices (thanks Jacqui), to the welcome and information provided...More
This broad, the largest, offers so much. There were adults and children learning to sail, and having great fun. We just gaze over the water, and enjoy the sky, sunsets, geese, swans, etc. Last night, John, a guide, took us round the water and some...More