• As you enter the Broad, bear right and follow the signs to Neatishead.
• Moor at Neatishead and wander along the lane into the village for lunch at the White Horse public house, a traditional Norfolk pub, serving several real ales and tasty home made food
• Feeling revitalised, return up river at a leisurely pace, taking plenty of time to look for the kingfishers that are known to live along this stretch of the river. Paddling quietly in a canoe is an ideal way to view these magical, brightly coloured birds as they dart along searching for their next meal
Young Family Option
The trip from Wayford Bridge to Neatishead does take a full day, and may not be suitable for younger children. For a shorter alternative route, turn left out of the boatyard and head up river.
This is a lovely, quiet part of the river with very few other craft to disturb you or the wildlife as you paddle along. Having gone a short distance, fork left towards the small village of Dilham. You can moor at the end of this channel and walk into the village to the Cross Keys public house for refreshment