Wadden Sea National Park
The Wadden Sea, recently appointed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the world’s most important tidal flats. It is a large and unique nature reserve, where stunning landscapes and vibrant wildlife can be found.
Four times a day, powerful natural forces move a billion cubic meters of water through the Wadden Sea, transforming it from sea to mudflats and sandflats, where you can drive and even walk on.
In addition to admiring the breath-taking views offered by the Wadden Sea, several are the activities for everybody offered by the “Wadden Sea Centre” (Vadehavscentret).
To mention some, you can take part in exciting Oyster safaris, where you will walk in rubber boots through the mussels banks to pick up oysters (oysters for dinner? Yummy), tide activities or even Seal safaris on the island Mandø, which you will reach by an unusual tractor-bus ride. All the activities are organised by the centre, and are suitable for everyone: from families with kids to adults and companies.
For more detailed information, prices and time schedules of the events, please visit http://www.vadehavscentret.dk/en
The pearl of the Wadden Sea
Mandø is one of the islands of the Wadden sea, which can be reached from the mainland at Vester Vedsted (only 10 minutes by car from Storkesoen) by car (be careful and always check the tidal table) or by tractor bus (http://www.mandoebussen.dk/hjemmeside%20po%20engelsk/mandobus/index.htm).
Despite its size, 8km and the only 35 people living on the island, many are the exciting experiences for all your senses you can have on Mandø, starting from the unusual tractor-bus drive to get there.
Take a walk in the nature of the island and feel its uniqueness, power, silence and sense of peace and tranquillity.
Read more on http://www.visitribe.com/ln-int/ribe/mandoe-tourist-information-about-pearl-wadden-sea