FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions2021-01-06T07:29:45+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions

What will we normally see?2021-01-06T07:32:06+00:00

We get a unique opportunity to get out into Kristianstad’s inaccessible wetlands. Reed areas, reeds and pastures and pastures make up the biosphere reserve Vattenriket. Great photo opportunities!
Feel free to bring binoculars to better study geese, ducks and waders along the way. Most often we see 5 species of birds of prey, sometimes up to 10 species. Herons are common and sometimes we see the rare kingfisher that nests here.
We also learn about Helgeån’s interesting history and how the landscape changed from the time Kristianstad was founded in the 17th century by the Danish king Christian the 4th until today.

Is it possible to come with a wheelchair?2021-01-06T07:33:46+00:00

Yes, of course! Please write a comment about it when you do the booking.

Can we bring our dog?2021-01-06T07:36:27+00:00

Small well-behaved dogs are welcome. Please write a note when booking.

Do you serve food?2021-01-06T07:37:25+00:00

No, during the corona epidemic we do not serve any food. Feel free to bring your own coffee basket if you wish.

Does the boat embark even if it rains?2021-01-06T07:39:04+00:00

Yes. If you think the forecast looks bad, you can cancel up to 48 hours before departure.

If you have booked the whole boat for your group and the weather is very bad, you have the opportunity to change days.

Does the boat have a roof?2021-01-06T07:39:59+00:00

No, but we have 25 rain ponchos on board. The low bridges prevent us from having a roof.

Where do we park?2021-01-06T07:42:10+00:00

The easiest way is to park at Kristianstads Parkering – Google Maps.

From there you have a 5-10 minute nice walk to the boat. On the way you pass Naturum which is well worth a visit. There they also have a nice cafe.


Where do we find the boat?2021-01-06T07:44:18+00:00

The boat leaves from the pier in Tivoli Park in Kristianstad, right next to the Hälsogården.   Google Maps

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