Wadden Islands

The Wadden Islands, also known as the Frisian Islands, form an archipelago, stretching from the northwest of the Netherlands (Den Helder) all the way to the west of Denmark (Esbjerg). These Islands are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In the Netherlands, there are five Dutch Wadden islands. They are located in Friesland, a province in the Netherlands that has its own language (West Frisian). On these islands, groups can try mudflat walking, they can see seals up close, try parachute jumping and visit multiple national parks. The possibilities are endless!

The Wadden Islands are a place of scenic beauty and nature. The islands allow for beautiful pictures, great tours and plenty of recreational activities in nature. Apart from nature, there are many monuments you can visit. A trip here would definitely be a unique experience for you and your colleagues. Are you interested in an incentive trip, after reading about this destination? Go through the must-sees that are mentioned below, and request a quotation!


  • Wadden Sea, National Park
  • Angerooge
  • Dunes of Texel National Park
  • Halligen Lighthouse
  • Vlieland (island)
  • Terschelling (national park)
  • Ameland
  • Schiermonnikoog (island)
  • Kakebienen (gigantic whale jaw, in Ameland)
  • Natuurcentrum (nature center)
  • Seal Tour in Ameland
  • Art Month of Ameland, whole island is turned into an exhibition (in November)
  • The Mills
  • Mud Flat Walking
  • Ecomare (see seals op close)
  • Parachute Jumping on Texel

For a possible program, prices and additional information, please check our incentive trips information page before requesting a quotation.