It is a unique experience to go on an oyster safari in the Limfjord and pick your own oysters. And as the oysters in the Limfjord is to many seen as the best in the world, the experience is even more unique.
On an oyster safari in the Limfjord you will learn how to find them, how to open them and how to cook them. A raw oyster can be a challenge for some, but when cooked everyone likes it.
Actually, you can find oysters in the Limfjord all year, but it is recommended that you only collect them from September to April. The reason being that oysters is filtering water for algae, and therefore there is a chance that in the summertime the oysters can contain poisonous algae, that thrives in the warm water.
Rule of thumb is that months (in Danish) whose name includes the letter “R”, is months where you can collect oysters.