As a neighbour to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Wadden Sea, Esbjerg has it all - beautiful nature and a rich wild life.
Go on a seal safari, see the birds and the fish and experience the turn of the tides in the Wadden Sea.
The Wadden Sea is Denmark’s largest National Park and has recently been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Wadden Sea and the salt marsh are among the most valuable wetland areas in the world and of crucial importance for breeding birds, fish, ocean mammals and plant life.
Four times every twenty-four hours, a billion cubic meters of water is moved through the Wadden Sea, where powerful forces are in play when the tide move mud and sand.
Experience the Wadden Sea
Go on tours – oyster tours, seal tours, bird tours.
We recommend that you take a guided tour – this way, you will learn the exciting facts about the wild life of the Wadden Sea, and the guides know when it is safe to go into the Wadden Sea by foot.
Here are experiences which catches and involves the guests of the center - young as well as elderly - in the wondrous world of the Wadden Sea.
Tours and excursions with the Wadden Sea Center - Black Sun tours, Oyster Safari, Sea Explorer, Bird tours ...
Do not forget to check the high water times before setting out on your own into the Wadden Sea.
In Ho bay by the sea side village of Hjerting you will find a highly attractive shore environment that has plenty to offer all year round.