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We recently discovered this beautiful area and loved it so much we have been back 3 times in 2 weeks. The dunes and surrounding area are used for filtering water and the result is a huge area with masses of deer and plenty of well-marked...More
One of the best walking reserves in the Netherlands in my opinion.
No dogs, no bikes allowed.
Go out a bit further, no families with children.
Go off-road, challenge yourself.
Climb up dunes, challenge yourself.
See all the deer (can be a bit depressing late...More
We drove from Amsterdam to Zandvoort to make a walk at the Waterleidingduinen, a 30 minute drive away from Amsterdam. These sand dunes, where you can make nature walks, cover an area of 3400 ha, 5 kilometres wide and 10 kilometres long, between Zandvoort and...More
Every moment of the year, a walk, long or shor,t is a wellness for your body and soul. This part of the 'Randstad' is well known by a lot of people, but there are still many people who do not realize that this unique almost...More
This place is stunning for a walk! Only €1.50 to enter and there are lots of deer who are happy to come up close and be photographed; there was snow on the ground when I visited so that made it more picturesgue. I only explored...More
Beautiful nature and lots of wildlife. This place is beautiful for a walk and doing photography. Animals are used to people, though it is a pity to see other visitors disrespecting nature. *Do not feed the animals; do not disupt their natural behaviour.*
We had high expectations for wildlife photography. The fallow and roe deer are everywhere and not shy at all. Different entrances, different signed paths to walk (but it is also allowed to walk in between the paths), from 3 to ... Kms. Good maintained, entrance...More