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Each year, the guides of 'The Drowned Land of Saeftinghe' organise a Christmas hike of 3 hours, followed by hot chocolatemilk, bubbles and sweets. in 2016, it was very misty and freezing, but the hike was worth wile the cold temperature. It was muddy, but...More
To make it clear, I have a very decent hiking experience, incl summits over 5000 meters in the Andes, peaks in the Toubkal mountain range, etc but in the "Drowned land of Saeftinghe" besides the basic 1 km walking route (with mostly wooden floor), the...More
The perfect team building with friends to do on a sunny Saturday afternoon is made a trip to Saeftinghe. You have a walk from about 6 kilometres in 3,5 hours. The guided tour bring you back in history and tells you which plants you can...More
Enjoyed a guided tour of this great natural reserve. About 4 hours of adventure through wetlands while the water had receded to its lowest point. Got to know what quicksand means. Walked both on the plateau, as well as in the tidal riverbeds. Learned about...More
Het Verdronken land van Saeftinghe is a natural 'flood area'. If you want to go for a quiet walk in nature. This is definitely the place to go. You enter the area at your own risk, but there are 2 well marked routes. One 'droge...More