The Broads National Park is a stunning place for travellers to visit in England that offers around 125 miles of lock-free waterways to travel down. The River Bure is the heart of the area that links the Norfolk Broads, which is the largest protected wetland in the UK. This is an ideal location for nature enthusiasts, hikers and boaters, and it is also the best place for families on holiday. The Hickling Broad Nature Reserve is located in the area on the River Thurne, and is the largest expanse of open water in the Broads. There are boardwalks that provide the chance for travellers to explore the area and a 60-foot tree tower ideal for views.

Tourists going to Hickling Broad can get there by car or take a local bus that will drop them off nearby. Whitlingham Country Park is a top destination with a gorgeous landscape that is best experienced on foot. Wherryman’s Way is a 37-mile walking trail that runs from the park on the edge of Norwich along the River Yare to finish in the coastal town of Great Yarmouth. Tourists will pass scenic areas such as Rockland Broad along the way where they will come across an array of birdlife species. If tourists are searching for a superb accommodation with a spa North Norfolk will definitely be able to provide them this treat during a vacation break.

The Langham Hotel Norfolk has stunning rooms with modern amenities including an LED television and complimentary Wi-Fi internet. The bathrooms have monsoon or rainforest showers, as well as lovely products available to use during the trip. This luxury boutique accommodation is found in the beautiful village of Langham, and offers The Harper Spa that has a range of excellent treatments. The wellness centre has a steam room, sauna, Jacuzzi and pool. There are two fantastic restaurants available at the hotel including Stanley’s that has everyday food and The Stove that provides a fabulous selection of fine dining dishes.

One of the most secluded broads in Norfolk is Hoveton Great Broad Nature Trail, which is found around two miles away from Hoveton village. Tourists can only get there by boat to the river bank and then by walking to it through the trees. If visitors want to they can drive by car and then catch a ferry at Salhouse Broad that will take them there. The trail is amazing as it offers beautiful woodland scenery and views of the water. Travellers should also head to the only canal on the Norfolk Broads that is found towards the northern end of the river network.

The North Walsham and Dilham Canal can be explored by hiring a canoe at Wayford Bridge, and tourists can head out for a leisurely paddle at this peaceful destination. Visitors will be very excited by the amazing wildlife that is available along the canal such as kingfishers and otters. The Museum of the Broads is a superb place to venture to that is found close to the market town of Stalham, which has exhibits on the history of the wetland area. It provides collections of tools and actual boats that were used for cargo transportation over the ages.