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Wildlife watching on a Norfolk walking tour

4th April 2011 Print

For a lovely spring break amid the stunning British countryside, HF Holidays – the UK’s largest walking and leisure activity holiday organisation – suggests its seven-day self-guided itinerary along Norfolk’s coastline which is internationally renowned as a nature-lovers paradise.

Starting in Hunstanton and finishing in Cromer, the Norfolk Coast Path combines gentle walking of between eight and 12 miles per day with the opportunity to see outstanding wildlife – including seal spotting at Blakeney marshes, birdwatching at Cley next the Sea, Titchwell Marsh RSPB reserve and the sandy beaches of Holkham nature reserve.

Other highlights of the tour include walking through ‘Nelson Country’ to Wells-next-the-Sea, the quaint streets of Brancaster and the Salthouse Marshes.

Available from the beginning of May, the cost is £429 per person, based on two sharing and inclusive of six nights’ accommodation with breakfast in comfortable guesthouses, maps and detailed walk notes, all transport on walking days and luggage transfers between overnight stops.

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