Discover The Lesse national Park Belgium

At Han sur Lesse, in the region of Namur, you will go into a giant limestone grotto 9 miles long, hollowed out by a river. This palace of stalactites and stalagmites holds the Dome chamber, which rises to 426 feet. Vessels follow the course of the Lesse and bring you out into the daylight in the national park of Lesse and Lomme. You can prolong your visit by watching the wild animals in the reserve, which contains stags, fallow deer, wild boar, wild ox, bison, ibex, chamois, wolves, and brown bears.

  • The Lesse national Park , Lesse National Park , Belgium
    Lesse National Park

    Lesse National Park owes its reputation to its immense limestone cave and wildlife reserve.

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  • The Lesse national Park , Wild animals in the reserve , Belgium
    Wild animals in the reserve

    It is possible to see many wild animals, such as deer, in Lesse National Park.

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  • The Lesse national Park , The wolf , Belgium
    The wolf

    The wolf is a protected animal in Lesse National Park.

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  • The Lesse national Park , Bison in Lesse National Park , Belgium
    Bison in Lesse National Park

    These bison belong to the race of European bison.

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  • The Lesse national Park , The relief within the park , Belgium
    The relief within the park

    The animals in the park benefit from a rich environment.

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  • The Lesse national Park , Belgium
    The Lesse national Park
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