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Domain of the Caves of Han, Han-sur-Lesse

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities, Tourist Spots
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Attracting about half a million tourists a year, the cave system of Domain of the Caves of Han represents one of the largest in Europe. Take the vintage tramway system through a natural reserve to the entrance of the caves. A guided tour will take you through the system, detailing the river that caused this underground expanse and showcasing light and sound through a demonstration of its acoustics. Make sure to dress warmly and wear walking shoes as there are over 500 stairs throughout the chilly depths. Check out the animal park nearby to see foxes, bears, sheep, horses, and more. There is also an outdoor playground and petting zoo. To visit Domain of the Caves of Han and get the most from your holiday in Han-sur-Lesse, create itinerary details personal to you using our Han-sur-Lesse trip generator.
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  • Beautiful nature reserve with animals of our régions(à visiter en bus ouvert dele de domaine) and beautiful caves!
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  • The caves are quite nice. Really worth it. We had quite a guide with a big mouth. I sat on a bench for a while looking around. And gives them as comment whether youth tired?! And then that we were in a hurry because we already were rap by gewandelt. And we waited her. Customer is still King? And then ask a tip without shame! You come out to the caves and no one says how or where we need to walk away. The Guide pulled the hair anymore. What a pity. The Zoo was also very beautiful. It is recommended that the safari bus. It was also called pleasant because it what was calm.
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  • We have visited the caves and the park. The caves are beautiful, many stairs, but not very heavy you keeps going up and down. The story is not very extended, by the end, there is a nice show with light and sound. The cannon at the end was a little scare. The wildlife park was very nice, with the truck train you could almost see everything, and here was a lot of information about the animals.
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  • Very beautiful caves. Would be worth a visit if more time was allowed for visitors to stop and admire the caves. As it happened, the guide was rushing through the description of each part of the cave and as soon as he was finished with the description, the entire group had to move on. Within one minute of moving on, the lights were automatically switched off leaving any trailing visitors in complete darkness. A bit disappointing as more time should be allowed the visitors to admire the intricate detail of the caves. The bus ride to the caves is also a rushed affair. Avoid if possible. The bus barely stops for 15 seconds when wild animals are sighted, making it impossible to properly view or photograph anything. In most places, the bus does not stop but ever so slowly rides on, rendering any photographic attempt a failure. Extremely disappointing. Overall the goal seems to be rushing as many tourists through the site as possible. Disappointing visit to a truly beautiful place because of the over-commercialised focus on churning as large a number of tourists through as possible.
  • The cave was extremely beautiful and the guide was great! Although he was a student, he seemed to know a lot. The tour was in Dutch and French, but we also got a booklet in English. In the middle of the tour, we had a light and sound show, which was amazing! I highly recommend it.
  • Caves are quite beautiful & tram to caves is a nice touch. however, becomes quite expensive when on family trip
  • Genuinely impressive cave system with a well run guided tour.
  • The cave was really beautiful, so you should check it. It's an easy 1,5km long tour, but you need some sweater.
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