HOGE VELUWE NATIONAL PARK
Nationaal Park De Hoge Veluwe is one of the most prominent parks in the Netherlands. The largest nature reserves in the country.
Anton Kroller and his wife Helene Kroller – Muller developed the garden as a private land in 1909. Then developed as a hunting park until 1923. Now a National Park with the largest nature reserve abundance with wildlife. In addition to the forest, there are also sand dunes, heathland, meadows and natural ponds. With a land area of over 13,000 hectares, the park is the sanctuary of wild birds, red deer, wild boars and rams or mouflons.
In addition to its natural wealth, this park also organizes activities such as cycling, trekking or hiking. Cycling is the most easiest activity to enjoy the garden and its wealth. The park has 25 miles of bike lanes and hundreds of bicycles for use. Other activities include safari and explore the Kroller – Muller Museum.
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