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Agimont Adventure, Dinant

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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  • My husband and I were doing the ropes course. We were the only so we had good all terrain for ourselves. The owner went along for safety, all nice man. I found it exciting, because I have fear of heights, but it was doing quite well. The first course was not too high. Very fine. It was a very long, diversified course. It was getting more fun. And then we were also still on a high trail! I thought that was exciting and a little scary, but I have it saved. It was a very fun experience, and it was a beautiful location. The owners have told us interesting things about the location and the history. Definitely recommended!
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  • We arrive on Saturday 27/08/15 with a bongo, arrived barely we are dealing with a lady who speak very well the french (this is not the problem) that without same read, can give information to tell him that it is an e-bongo and it is different from the other bongos wants the torn. In terms of hardware combinations are torn across, under a thirty-degree the women forbids us to a way not all that friendly (screaming yes I am going to use this term) to take a flask of water because fear of attacks... In short a welcome and a staff who just want to leave. What is paintball maps they are nice. (that's the only positive) but I highly recommend this place.
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  • We were looking for an activity to do with children, and have found the ropes course is a nice idea. On the internet, the price 15 €. I called just confirm that there is still place to confirm that the price was and we left. Arrived we got immediately the climb buckle in and when we had to pay the price suddenly turned out 20 € per person. With a group of 17 people that already makes a nice difference. After a lot of discussion and some inappropriate comments about how we should manage our budget, they remained adamant that the 15 € for online bookings. We decided to go anyway. Arrived at the climbing path was the supervisor, equally unfriendly as the woman in reception, waiting for us. Comments against the young children that they need to think a little better because they did not understand how the belt had to confirm they are there apparently normal. The supervisor was nowhere to be found when what children had some problems. Eventually I saw the boss there walk around (which I had spoken on the phone) and decided to have some about the price. The discussion degenerated into a total row, which he aanmaande us to leave. We would also be refunded. Back at the box office, we were accused of theft because there is still some climbing belts were left behind. And there was also no question of refunding. A voucher of full payment or half of our money were the options. Unacceptable of course. Some of us were not even at the trail started. They threatened to call the police, but we have done that themselves to get out of the impasse. The boss was no trace. The police came to the compromise to get half the amount cash and the other half as voucher. We decided to use the bon sure and sent an email to make a reservation to paint balls this time. So we were sure to have the internet price. But when we arrived back there the next day that woman wanted us back too much. This time, however, the boss came up and gave us equal, although it took him quite some trouble that woman (apparently his mother) to convince. There are certainly such organizations in the Ardennes. I guess so to another booking.
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  • The limit of the scandal! Icy home in a more approximate only french. In addition, 2 of our participants are injured. In the village of cowboys, the floor of the cabin is rotten and their leg is passed through. Result: a huge blue which is all around the thigh and skin raw in several places in the legs. We have communicated it to the manager who... laughed saying it was the game. He even proposed no water or disinfectant. Should anyway not exaggerate! The decor is also almost left abandoned. Straw bales have rotted away, tarpaulins will drop out and holed. Several defective guns. Me, there, ever. It is certain.
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  • Excellent day paintball and small bbq at the end just perfect
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  • We did the ropes course. What is said here earlier about the bully ... can I find in me. Experience and kindness are. They even speak in the beginning about ... "if it fails, pulls your plan!" I would not laugh when I small men with me. How do come in the ropes course the worse the cords. Until there is even a bridge that can only take if we grasp the metal security thread (which shouldn't about metal splinters), strings are just rotten. When I get them after that on contact has mainly to do with my fatigue, that it was more difficult (thus the owner). It is this morning still checked. (from the ground by themselves sure???) I wonder if there is an official inspection is done. Suspect this 5 years ago. Because even the ropes are grown IN the trees, the last trail is moss-green and branches hangen/steken in the road what can give quite a few blessure's, cords rotten, break off and be with bad knots. In Short & CONVENIENT. Dangerous!
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  • Bad experience at ropes course: 1. Not safe: security cable is far too low, hang higgledy-piggledy obstacles, in the time we were there had to be picked-up 3 children there weeping. 2. Too expensive: 20 euro/person if you don't reserve (is not mentioned on their website), only 3 courses, parent should with it even though this is not really necessary, spectator also pays 4 euro (supposedly for tourist tax), access only 2 hours: children wanted a trail for the 2nd time and were taken off. 3. Owner is a bully: when I voiced my displeasure with some of the above arguments, I was verbally abused and called a liar. 4. A backpack (or even a bottle of water) must not be on the field because there is a molotov cocktail in. (I'm not making this up: according to a staff member this has already happened). Conclusion: this was already the 5th time that we let the children do a ropes course, at home and abroad, and something we have never experienced. Here we will never go back.
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  • Super day. Paintball the morning and adventure the afternoon. Feasted in the cowboy village. Good atmosphere and very beautiful site. On well broken out.
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