Guided day tour from Cambridge
Adult £69.00/Student £64.00/Child £59.00
Maximum 16 passengers
The north Norfolk coast is the nearest coastline to Cambridge just 100km to the north-east of the city. But despite being so close, it's off-the-beaten-track and receives very few visitors. It has a quiet, unspoilt and unpopulated coastline of wide sandy beaches, sand dunes and low-lying wetlands - it's a wildlife lover's paradise.
The Norfolk coast is one of the most important places in Europe for migrating seabirds stopping over as they journey from their wintering habitats further south to their summer breeding grounds in the Arctic. But at all times of year there are many birds that breed here and add the soundtrack to any visit.
But perhaps the most fabulous of all the wildlife to be seen here are seals. Norfolk is home to the UK's largest colonies of Common and Grey Seals. On this tour we will take a boat trip along a tidal estuary out to the open sea to where the seals gather.
But it's not just countryside and wildlife; the coast is dotted with many quaint sleepy villages with handicraft shops and peaceful, relaxing cafes. It's fabulous walking country so bring sturdy footwear and a warm, waterproof jacket.