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The Norfolk Broads river series

The Norfolk Broads river series are a chain or series of channels, rivers, ponds and lakes in the Norfolk area. Most of these rivers and lakes are navigable, a few are not. Some of the rivers in the Norfolk Broad series rely on the incoming tide and some are only for fishing and there is no boating permitted in those areas. The rivers and lakes in the Norfolk Broads can range from small ponds and channels to Larger rivers and lakes. The Norfolk Broads are a vast area with miles upon miles of rivers stretched out across the area just waiting to be travelled upon.

Within this vast area you have lakes such as the Oulton Broad and the Wroxam Broad. There are many more lakes along the way however these are two of the more common ones. Rivers lying along the stretch of the Norfolk Broads are the very lengthy River Bure, the River Waveny and the River Thurne. Again there are many rivers within the vastness of the Norfolk Broads but these three are the most referred to.

Why the Norfolk Broads?

The Norfolk Broads are extremely beautiful and tranquil to travel through and this is highly recommended for anyone in need of some peace and quiet. Norfolk Broads are the UK’s most scenic and one of the largest series of navigable rivers.

You can spend life time looking for peace and quiet but with Norfolk Broads Boat Rental you also get an excellent week or two weeks traveling the rivers and enjoying tranquil days on the water or enjoying the scenery. You can also consider heading towards Acle, secure your boat up in port and your boat and go. Acle is one of the hottest spots in the UK for fishing and it’s a great day out for everyone. Fishing area’s are Filby Broad, Rollesby Broad and Ormseby Broad however you still need to leave your boat at Acle as there is no boating in these fishing areas. There are many other areas for fishing too however it is a good idea to get advise on boating in fishing areas.

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