Would you like to dive into a cave that attracts visitors from all over the world? Follow your guide and set out to conquer its mysteries and immense halls. These caves are shaped by the calm yet powerful waves of the River Lesse, which are constantly rewriting their own history.
Let’s go! Enter into darkness in the heart of a tunnel which gradually gives way to galleries, stalactites and stalagmites, all beautifully lit, making them look even more majestic. You will hear oohs and aahs, see eyes sparkling and find yourself marvelling at this impressive and creative feat of nature. More than just a cave, a world full of mystery awaits you. Behind the caves, the River Lesse continues its journey. Listen carefully and you can hear it rushing along its own path. You will come away from the visit full of newly-learned facts and other discoveries.
A walk on the wild side
Once you have finished your visit to the cave, board the safari bus which will take you on a tour of the wildlife park. As soon as you enter its grounds, there’s a party atmosphere: it is not every day that you see wild boars and their young roaming around. Then come the owls, wolves, European bison and lynx, before descending to the open pasture where herds of deer and Przewalski's horses can be found... and further on, the enclosures of the imposing brown bears. All in all, no fewer than 650 animals share this territory. You can also visit on foot. And on your way back, why not visit PrehistoHan, a museum that brings together 50 years of underwater excavations and takes you through 9,000 years of history!
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