Easter has traditionally been a favourite time for families to get away for the first time of the year. The long cold winter days have been replaced by milder Spring weather and trees and flowers return to life in a splendour of colour.
The Norfolk Broads is home to an abundance of wildlife and Easter time offers the perfect opportunity to view wild animals and birds at their busiest time of the year.
A short break or longer holiday during Easter on the Norfolk Broads can range from 2 to 14 nights. Cruiser boats sleep from 2 to 10 berth people and are available to pick up at a number of different locations including Wroxham, Horning, Hickling, Acle and Reedham.
There are more than one hundred and twenty miles of lock free rivers to explore including the Bure, Waveney, Thurne, Yare and Chet. If you moor up and venture back on land, you will find this National Park is full of historic buildings, stately homes, ancient churches, ornate gardens, impressive monuments and other visitor attractions.