Utrecht Hill Ridge is part of Holland's beautiful Utrecht National Park and a can't-miss thing to see if you and your family appreciate nature and the outdoors. This national park is located between the towns of Driebergen and Rhenen, just east of Utrecht and is filled with lush forests and lots of unique sand hills.
Among tourist attractions, the 13,343-acre Hoge Veluwe National Park offers an outstanding opportunity to take in art, history, nature, and exercise, all during the same visit. This Dutch national park lies in Gelderland province and is close to the cities of Ede, Arnhem, Apeldoorn, and Wageningen. Most of its landscape formed during the last Ice Age. Individuals or families making a list of things to do in the Netherlands will want to include this park, one of the biggest continuous nature reserves in the country.
The Dutch Wadden Islands are located in the the north of country in the North Sea. There are 5 inhabited Wadden Islands of which one lies in the province North Holland and the other four are located in the province of Friesland. Some examples of the islands are Ameland
. The Islands are popular tourist destinations, they offer a great place to relax and enjoy a beautiful and unique piece of nature.
Weerribben-Wieden National Park
This national park has the largest continuous bog in Northwest Europe. It exists out of a labyrinth of lakes, canals, moor woods grasslands and reed plots. This nature park is perfect for sailing, cycling and walking visitors. Also the famous village Giethoorn
is located in this National Park, so this is the perfect place for a daytrip. Rent a boat in Giethoorn and explore the Weerribben by boat and maybe you’ll spot a otter.