An endangered species with only about 90 individuals living in Cambodia. But they are protected and numbers increasing.
Great big lake, highest navigable waterway in the world … I had to go kayaking. Being independent opens so many opportunities.
Summary showing some of the kayak trips on the Norfolk Broads (map links to detailed posts)
Very incomplete random notes gradually being added to. The notes below are personal observations and experience and do not constitute advice. The notes below may contain errors and/or be out of date.
Martham village, up through Candle Dyke, Heigham Sound & Hickling Broad then back via West Somerton (on River Thurne).
Kayak Launch Sites and Information: Norfolk Broads
Various different representations of trips on the Norfolk Broads
Barton Turf upstream exploring North Walsham & Dilham Canal, Dilham south to Irstead Staithe and back.
Launched Hoveton (Wroxham) then downstream on River Bure to Horning, around dykes at Horning and back.
Launched Hoveton, upstream via Bridge Broad to Coltishall and on to Horstead Lock then Horstead Mill (through cut) and back.
Thorpe downstream past Surlingham Ferry and on to Bargate (Brundall) and back.
Loddon, past Hardley Flood then onto River Yare (at Hardley Cross) upstream on River Yare to Langley Dyke and back.