There is the same group of like minded people, the same awesome experiences. It is just on a slightly smaller scale and closer to home. But we’ll make sure you disconnect from city life and technology and reconnect with nature, yourself and the people around you. In short, it is the perfect way to get to know Nature Connects adventures.
Kick start your 2020 and refresh your senses on a New Year's winter walk. The North Holland Dune Reserve, close to Amsterdam, is one of the largest nature reserves in the Netherlands. It is characterized by beautiful forests, sandy dunes with marram grass, small dune lakes, heather vegetation and various species of birds, butterflies, rabbits and squirrels. With some luck
A beautiful and varied winter walk through Nature Reserve Meijendel, near Scheveningen (Den Haag). We will walk through the largest interconnected dune area of South Holland. Discover a beautiful nature reserve that is characterized by dune valleys, open sand dunes, irregular lakes, dense pine forests and open access to the sea.
This brand new and varied walk takes us to “het Gooi” between Naarden, Bussum and Huizen. We’ll walk through the forest, cross heather fields, pass meadows and beautiful country estates. Half way our walk we have a beautiful view over the lake “Gooimeer”.
Join us for a beautiful walk in the Dutch polder landscape of South Holland. If you like a bit of adventure and you do not mind climbing fences, crossing narrow wooden bridges and walking through (soggy) meadows with sheep or cows, you will certainly enjoy this walk. The route takes you through the traditional Dutch landscape between Vlist and Haastrecht
Join us for a beautiful Canadian canoe adventure through the traditional 17th century landscape of Waterland just north of Amsterdam. Enjoy the lovely scenery and its total quietness while you paddle through the Dutch polder landscape with its charming small villages and ancient Dutch houses. A visit to this area is like stepping back in time.
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As dusk falls and armed with torches and a bat detector we are going on a bat hunt. While we search for these mysterious acrobats by sight, and listen for their clicks with the bat detector we’ll learn a lot about their habits. The bats use the Amsterdamse Bos as their home and hunting grounds and only after dusk they
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The canals make for a great picture from the streets, but the views are most spectacular from the water itself. See the historic facades of wharf side houses, sculpted tableaux, and all kinds of impressive trees along the canals, some of which are over 200 years old, while you paddle through the water.
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You may have seen these oversized surf boards in the water and wondered what it was all about. Stand Up Paddle Boarding "SUP" is the fastest growing water sport in the world and it has a reason: Supping is the ideal way to relax on the water and be active at the same time. Join us and find out for
Are you up for a challenge? This beautiful canoe trip takes us through the forest, through narrow waterways, past meadows with beautiful estates and along a historical dyke with old bunkers (part of the Grebbe Line). It is the perfect nature getaway. This amazing route is 16 kilometers long. It is a little challenging because we need to take the
Did you know that Jisp near Amsterdam is an old whaling village? Five centuries ago, the Netherlands was the center of the world’s whaling industry. Jisp was one of the first villages that had its own boat (1642) to hunt whales in the Arctic Ocean. It all started when the Dutch began exploring the Arctic regions looking for a sea