Norfolk (County) What to Pack
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Definitely!Take your walking gear and "sensible" shoes and make sure you have your waterproofs. Norfolk might be on the dry side of England but it still has rain!Loads of great walking to do, including the Weavers Way, so be prepared to make the most of it.
Everything you could need will be easily available locally.
Great opportunities, make sure you've got plenty of disc space, batteries and a close-up facility for nature shots.
Wet weather stuff (see above).All you need on the beach will be available locally.There are plenty of campsites so bring your stuff if that is your fancy.
Binoculars, birds and wildlife books.
Hiking boots, or a bicycle if you feel adventurous as there are plenty of nature reserves in Norfolk. Unfortunately we did not experience these in our group because my parents like to see the museums, stately homes, etc. We passed plenty of area's where if you have your binoculars with you, you can see the wildlife.
Hiking boots, and rain mac (just incase), Suncream if the weather is good to you.
A must for captouring the wildlife. Video and still photography would be great to capture.
The one place I did get my parents to experience was 'Blakeney Point Seal Reserve' and they loved it!! Lots of seals to see, about 500, and plenty of photo opportunaties.
Take a pair of wellies just in case
First Aid Kit
Digital Camera at least 3m Pixel
Fishing Gear / Fishing licenseMobile PhoneRadioSun hat / Sun Cream
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