As the long warm summer days slowly fade away, the onset of Autumn signals major changes throughout the Norfolk Broads. And with the waterways quieter and the tourist attractions less busy, it makes it the perfect time to visit this truly unique National Park.
Marvel at the trees and plants as they display a multitude of colours before shedding their leaves. Watch the abundant wildlife busying themselves before the onset of Winter.
Enjoy the comforts of your well equipped cruiser. Choose from a great range of 2 to 9 berth boats making it equally ideal for a romantic weekend for two or a larger party of friends. Cruise along more than 120 miles of lock free waterways including the rivers Thurne, Bure, Waveney Ant, Yare and Chet.
Stop off at a waterside restaurant for a bite to eat. Take a stroll along the tow path and visit the Broads villages of Wroxham, Horning, Acle or Hickling. Or step back in history by visiting one of the numerous ancient buildings that are located in the area.
The great things is that an Autumn boating holiday on the Norfolk Broads can be as relaxing or as busy as you want it to be.