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We walked the path through the forest with our childs to have an outdoor forest walk. Feeling of a Sunday stroll before aperitif and lunch. Enjoyed it. Nice weather helped. But old style explanations about nature and climate change. Come on, childs are far better...More
This was our second time coming to Aquascope, and we love it. As we live about an hour away, it doesn't necessarily pull us there more than once a year, but we do enjoy it. If we lived closer, I think we would be here...More
Visited on an admittedly beautiful day as part of a group. Our guide was fantastic and the entire experience was so informative. Be forewarned however, it can be incredibly muddy--which in itself adds to the experience.
I had the chance to go to the Aquascope a while ago, as it was the Apples' festival. It is the time when dozens of orchard's owners come to display their products (not only apples actually, but also other season fruits). In a familial atmosphere,...More
Modern educational centre located next to the natural reserve The Lake of Virrelles. It is a nice place for families, there are many atractions for children which educate them in interesting and funny way (for example aquarium or path high in the trees) about nature...More
A nature reserve with a playing ground for the little children and a nature discovery path for the elder. Enjoy the sunlight on the terrace of the cafeteria. The site was developed and is operated by the ngo Natagora.
Worth the trip, if only to...More
Do not be put off by other reviews - this is a great way to spend a few hours - The hides where fun to watch the birds, we saw kingfishers and also evidence of the beaver. Admit it was a lovely autumn day which...More
If you visit this site with children who are interested in nature, it can be nice. But the weather needs to be good, for the insects to be seen. For other animals, you need special gear, binoculars etc. The whole walk becomes increasingly indoctrinating (bad...More