The Hallig (small island without protective dikes) is situated in Zone 1 of the Wadden Sea National Park as it is of particular importance for brood and migratory birds. For this reason one may only enter the area with a special permit as part of a guided tour.
During the spring and autumn migration, you can see thousands of birds here. Often large flocks of birds can be seen on the way through the mudflats. A special highlight is the Spoonbill colony which amongst many other birds, can be observed well from the wharf. Südfall has a size of 54 hectares. On the only wharf on the Hallig stands a dwelling house with an outbuilding.
We get to the Hallig by horse-drawn carriages. During the stay we will observe birds and have a bite to eat. We walk back 7 kilometres through relatively solid mudflats. We will tell about the inhabitants of the area, the Wadden Sea National Park and World natural heritage.