Norfolk Broads River Trips

What better way to discover the diversity of this enchanting landscape than to relax on one of our river tours from Wroxham.

River Trips Return May 17th 2021!

Following the government announcement of a road-map to recovery we’re pleased to announce Broads Tours River Trips will be returning from May 17th 2021! 

Our fleet of passenger trip boats offer a fabulous opportunity to discover the Norfolk Broads. A full commentary from the skipper will ensure you don’t miss a thing, explaining the origins of the Broads, identifying points of interest along the way and showing you the abundance of local water birds as they come into view. There is no better way to learn about the Broads whilst taking in the beautiful scenery all around you.

Of course, in order to get our Broads boat trips up and running again, we have had to make some changes. We have adjusted the way you book to allow the reservation of a space for your guests in  “social bubbles”. Dependant on our availability you will be able to book a section of the passenger trip boat suited to the size of your party. You can view the new boat layout plans over on our blog, prior to booking your tickets.

Please note: It is mandatory to wear face coverings onboard unless you have a medical condition that prevents you from doing so or are under 11 years old. 

Due to the government’s social distancing requirements which call for additional space, wheelchairs can only be accommodated on The Queen of the Broads and the Belle of the Broads right now. Currently, we only have enough capacity for ONE wheelchair party on each scheduled trip. Party sizes are a maximum of 3 people (including wheelchair user) on the Belle of the Broads and 6 people (inc wheelchair user) on the Queen of the Broads. These must be pre-booked the day before the trip is due to depart at the latest.

Light refreshments will be served on board via table service only. We have also introduced contactless payments on the trips and we actively encourage you to use this method whilst on board.

Happily, you can still bring small well-behaved dogs on board for £2 per dog, so there may be no need to leave your four-legged friend behind! We are, however, unable to accommodate larger dogs at the current time due to space restrictions in walkways.

When you arrive, please do stick to your designated boarding time as displayed at the Passenger Trip Boat boarding area, and follow instructions given by staff members. Social distancing measures will also be in place for your safety.

Why not incorporate your river trip with a journey by steam train from the Bure Valley Railway through the stunning Norfolk countryside to Wroxham.