Enjoy tiger walks and water sports in Norfolk

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Try out a variety of family-friendly watersports on the broads. Discover rare animals from Asia on a tiger walk, all close to Great Yarmouth.

Just north-west of Great Yarmouth, explore Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens where, through their conservation work, you can see a special collection of rare Asian animals including tigers, Amur leopards, reptiles and primates. The tiger walk gets you right up into the trees and really close to the big cats.

Discover the beautiful land-locked Trinity Broads at Filby, Rollesby and Ormesby for lots of things to do with the kids. Go for a stroll, hire a rowing boat or climb aboard the Edwardian wooden launch, Gentleman Jim, for a genteel glide through the water at The Waterside, a fabulous lunch stop with beautiful views. For proper messing about on the river, jump in a canoe or hire a paddleboard at Martham and try to spot wildlife like Otters or Bitterns.

Content provided by Greater Yarmouth Tourism

Read more Close

For more local tourist information:

Refine your search:

Get up close to Asian tigers at Thrigby Hall Wildlife GardensGet up close to Asian tigers at Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens © Greater Yarmouth Tourism
Gentleman Jim sails the Trinity Broads from The WatersideGentleman Jim sails the Trinity Broads from The Waterside © Greater Yarmouth Tourism
Stand up paddleboarding on the river Thurne at MarthamStand up paddleboarding on the river Thurne at Martham © Chris Herring
Amur leopard cub at Thrigby WildLife GardensAmur leopard cub at Thrigby WildLife Gardens © Greater Yarmouth Tourism
Hire a canoe at Martham for a Broads safari alongthe river Thurne.Hire a canoe at Martham for a Broads safari alongthe river Thurne © Greater Yarmouth Tourism

Latest Twitter updates

Close

Customer survey …

VisitEngland would like to invite you to take part in a short survey about our website.

It should take no more than a couple of minutes.

Please click here to be taken to the survey

Close

To add items to favourites …

… you need to be logged in.

If you already have an account, log in.

Or register a

Access your account

Enter your e-mail address or username.
Enter the password that accompanies your e-mail.
Forgot your password? Recover your account
Don't have an account? Register an account