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Domain of the Caves of Han, Han-sur-Lesse
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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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  • We visited only the animal park and this fell quite well with it! However, a lot of different animal species in a very nice park. The explanation (with strap) is ok but not always clearly audible. All in all, a fun activity with a pretty solid price tag.
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  • Wow, that's the world :D First we visited park with animals, it's so nice to see them in their natural habitat, without cages. Very relaxing. Then we went to the cage and I was surprised how big and b...  more »
  • We have with our two children visited the caves. The caves are certainly worth doing: the walk is to do good, not too long, not too short and brings you along quite beautiful, enchanting places. Also the movement with the old tram is an experience for the children and the children's playground at the exit of the cave is a welcome change. The explanation of the guide-in the Dutch-was pleasant and interesting. With the framework we have more trouble: we feel it is a bit stuck. A ticket is not exactly cheap and then it turns out that you, while you're waiting for the next tram, still have to pay for a toilet visit. At the end of the visit to the cave, gave the Guide made it clear that they expect a tip ' because her salary largely depends on there '; something happened to us inappropriate and non-professional (not just us). The pancake that we finally ordered in the tearoom at the exit of the cave-Le Pavillon-was cold and not fresh (bad warmed up?) and the jam came from a plastic portion Pack-what is incomprehensible for € 6.60. In short: very beautiful location, but strange.
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  • We did not take the tour as many young school kids would have been on the same tour. They told us that the next three tours (in 1, 2 and 3 hours!) would be also with many school kids. Organisation for separate school tours would be much better, thank god we didn't purchase the tickets. Instead we went to the grotte de lorette which was very pleasant.
  • Spectacular caves. The light and music display in the caverns is very tastefully presented. Guides are knowledgeable, great sense of humour a masterful interaction with people of all ages on the tour.
  • The caves are very big and impressive, however, it all feels to touristy. Imho, the caves of Lorette-Rochefort arre much more authentic.
  • Had a great time here. The wild park was very nice, and the caves were awesome. Nice for kids and for adults!
  • If you are coming, like me, from Brussels, where everything is expense, but we see it as normal, then you are gonna be amazed by the small prices there! We got food and drinks and a 1h30 min long ride to see all the animals, and a lot of stuff from the 'brocante' and a bunch of souvenirs from their shop, all for 2 adults and 2 kids for less then 150 euros.