Beaches, boating and rare breeds

Race a kart, zip down a wire, trial canoes, kick back in the hot tub, sleep in the heated teepee, hit the beach at Hunstanton. Out and about, there are houses, parks and gardens among the Broads and beaches.

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From the Church Farm Rare Breeds Centre at Stow Bardolph to the beautiful gardens and birdlife of Pensthorpe Nature Reserve and the spectacular Sea Life Sanctuary at Hunstanton, there’s an abundance of attractions where you can see, up close, loads of different types of animals.

The sea provides a vast playground to enjoy a variety of sports, from sailing and jet skiing to the excitement of windsurfing, where Hunstanton offers some of the best conditions in the country for windsurfing.

For those of you looking for something different, try a tree-top rope experience at Extreme Adventure in Weasenham.

Burnham Thorpe is the birthplace of England’s most celebrated sailor, Admiral Lord Nelson, and has some beautiful and unique stately homes – West Norfolk is the perfect place for discovering the past.

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For those that like a good pint, West Norfolk has a wide variety of real ales and ciders on offer, many produced from the arable lands of Norfolk itself, including the popular ‘Norfolk Ales’ range of beers, and ciders produced by a regional brewery using traditional methods.

Foodies include many rural cafes that produce traditional home-cooked food and baked cakes. One of the Guild of Fine Food’s ‘Britain’s Best Delis’ can also be found in Burnham Market.

Rob’s Claybusters clay pigeon shooting experience and Quasar Elite’s laser quest adventure in King’s Lynn are great for practising your sharp shooting.

If you’re looking for something a bit more relaxing why not venture inland and go boating on the peaceful Fens Waterways, enjoy the wide open landscapes the area is famous for.