NORFOLK BROADS boating holidays are seeing a surge in popularity as Brits look for alternative staycation ideas this summer.
Searches for Norfolk Broads boat hire were up 300 per cent last week and have continued to grow at a huge pace. This week, searches have gone up over 5,000 per cent – a staggering increase in such a short space of time.
It’s not hard to see why a boating holiday on the Norfolk broads would appeal.
Not only does it involve fresh air, clear waters, beautiful countryside, having your own boat means you get to set the pace of the holiday.
And charting your own boat along the river doesn’t cost as much as you would think.
In fact – we’ve found deals from just £13.50 per person per night on Hoseasons.
Whether you’re a beginner to boat holidays or a regular on the water, there’s tons to see and do along the Norfolk broads.
There’s the city of Norwich, of course, and the coastal resort of Great Yarmouth to explore, as well as Wroxham – home of the Bure Valley railway.
Families with children shouldn’t miss a chance to visit BeWILDderwood, an adventure park in the Norfolk forest.
There’s also lots of opportunities to get active, from windsurfing to paddleboarding and kayaking, but equally there are plenty of riverside pubs to unwind in, too.
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