Walk and Glamp walking holidays

Seal season

You are almost guaranteed a sighting of a grey seal when you visit the Norfolk Coast any time of year. They are incredibly nosey and will have usually spotted you before you spot them. But during autumn and winter you will witness an absolutely magical scene of females giving birth to their pups along 2 sections of the Norfolk Coast: Blakeny Point – The Norfolk Coast National Trust’s latest count of pups this season already on Blakeney Point is a whopping 2,136. If you would like to visit them the best way is by boat from Morston Quay. Horsey – I used to live very close to Horsey beach and would regularly go to see the seals during the late 1990’s where we would have the beach all to ourselves and sit and watch up to 20 gorgeous seal pups with their mothers. Today is a totally different story, the grey seal colony is rising […]

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MarGins Walking and Glamping Holidays

East Norfolk area

Happisburgh Lighthouse: the oldest working lighthouse in East Anglia, and the only independently run lighthouse in Great Britain Horsey Seals: The rookery at Horsey/Winterton gets bigger every year. Lovely walks through the sand dunes with viewing areas to stand and watch these beautiful and curious creatures Horsey Windpump: is an iconic building with a fascinating past and the perfect gateway to experience the connection between man and nature. Experience both the seals and the wind pump on a lovely circular walk Broads National Park: miles of waterways to explore. A beautiful area for trying out waterspouts, walking, running and cycling plus a haven for nature and wildlife enthusiasts

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