Get close to life in the Wadden Sea and the exposed, lush mud surface when we
walk the soft bottom at low tide. About 300 meters out we focus
on collection of oysters and other Wadden Sea specialties - the many different
mussel species. come along when we find LOTS of oysters as well as clams,
mussels, heart clams and beach snails.
The Wadden Sea National Park has completely unexpected and overwhelming experiences, and there are
many ways to experience the world's most important tidal zone, the Wadden Sea National Park and
UNESCO World Heritage Site at. If you want to get all the senses stimulated, then there is one
oyster tour the ultimate experience. You get really close when we get just a hundred
meters out on the waddensea you will find the oyster banks where you can pick lots of oysters
- the world's sexiest commodity.
Oyster Safari takes place at low tide, where we hike beyond the exposed mud surface
to the oyster banks located in the purest part of the Wadden Sea. The soft bottom,
can be a challenging, but no worse than that everyone can join.
When you have collected enough oysters, we will ofcause taste them.
while stories of the Wadden Sea oysters will be told, which is a royal and regal export goods.
which brought fortunes to the state, but later was extinct and replaced by what we know today as the Rømø Oyster.
We will also be learning you
how to cook the oyster in different ways
The trip lasts approx. 2½-3 hours
We recommend practical and warm, wind and waterproof clothing as well as rubber boots
Remember the bucket for oysters, a grip if you want to dig for sand clams and more. as well as
gloves (eg neoprene garden gloves, possibly waterproof)
It may be a good idea to bring change clothes
The oyster bank that we visit is located in the cleanest area of the Wadden Sea. Ingestion of
however, oysters are always at your own risk
Meeting point: parking lot Muslingevej / Kommanderkaj, Havneby, 6792 Rømø