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Going to the southern most end of island is comfortable in a wagon when with small children and cold outside. In Summer walking to Willems duin is better nature option. Some more commentary during trip would be welcome. Tour taken around 2 1/2 to 3...More
We didn't see any seals. This makes it an average trip and in my opinion not worth it. The driver didn't share anything on the area which is a missed opportunity. We just drove up and down.
On a trip when visiting Ameland we saw...More
This is a great way to see the side of the island that is otherwise forbidden for visitors. The whole trip takes about two hours, including 30 minutes to walk around when you're there. Bring binoculars and you will likely see seals in the distance!
This was my second time on this trip . The first time I was stunned by the changing light and drifting sands . This time ,completely different weather . Huge blue skies and intricate sand patterns caused by the shells and little bits of flotsam...More
A trip to the island is not complete without travelling the vast, never-ending beach to the desolate easternmost tip. The 2 hour round trip gives you the impression Schiermonnikoog is the size of Cyprus. The charge is hefty at 13 euros for adults and 9...More
We have been coming to Schiermonnikoog since we were kids and never been to the far east of the island, so today we went! It cost €13 per person and you leave in a carriage behind a tractor from the villlage to the beach and...More