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“Beautiful caves”
Review of The Cave of Han

The Cave of Han
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: The Estate of the Caves of Han is an encounter with real nature and the most magical things that it has to offer you. Visit the Cave of Han and venture into the Wild Animal Reserve ... Wonder guaranteed!
Useful Information: Food available for purchase, Baby buggy parking, Activities for older children, Activities for young children, Bathroom facilities, Wheelchair access
Reviewed 5 June 2014

Very nice and interesting caves; the whole experience takes 1hour 45 min, 15 min in an small outdoor train, the rest inside the caves. I was concerned about feeling a but claustrophobic, but the lighting, the whole atmosphere made me very at ease.

Thank Florence C
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Reviewed 27 May 2014

The cave is fantastic, as well as nature. I think the ticket price is too expensive for what it offers.
After a tour of the cave, the guide search tips! aaaaahhhh, but it was a nice trip.

Thank ijerkovic
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Reviewed 25 May 2014

We were holidaying in the area and as the weather was a bit on the wet side we decided to head to Grottes de Han with our two dogs (dogs are allowed on the cave tour but not the other attractions, which was fine for us as we had no interest in the safari park etc). The dogs didn't like the tram ride up to the caves but it wasn't too long until we arrived at the entrance to the caves. There was only one other couple on our tour so it was a very small group, I wouldn't fancy touring the caves in the peak season with the dogs as it sounds like it would just be too busy. Our guide spoke English, French and Dutch and gave us excellent commentary in English. He was very knowledgeable and friendly and knew a lot about the caves (but he was something like 6th generation tour guide there!). Be warned if you have dogs, at the light show there is so loud drums and the tour ends with the sound of a canon getting let off so just be aware of that if you have noise-sensitive dogs.

The caves were amazing with so many different formations of stalactites and stalagmites, would highly recommend a visit!

1  Thank KatThomas
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Reviewed 19 May 2014

You have several options but we found interesting 2 of them: Safari and Cave.

If the weather is good, you can take the Safari adventure and here, worth going on the second "wagon" and step down just after entering the reservation for a 1.5 hours walk. You will see then several animals and magnificent landscapes. Just at the end of the walk, you will have a barbecue place and a selling point for cold drinks and chips.

In case of rain or too high temperatures, take the Cave trip. Do NOT FORGET warm clothes.

When getting out, you will see a nice kinds playground - worth spending there some time.

Thank BogdanV
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Reviewed 24 April 2014

Interesting place to visit for a 'cave experience'. You are guided through the caves with a commentary, quite a long (1.5 hrs) walk through a dimly lit walkway. My young daughters (9 & 6) enjoyed it but the youngest got a bit bored towards the end.

We bought the Passhan ticket which allowed us to go to all the attractions. These consist of...caves, museum, wildlife safari and prehistoric collection.

It's quite pricey for what it is. We did the safari tour at the end of the day and found it to be a bit tedious. Nice animals but a bit samey!

We enjoyed the yesteryear museum which is more of a 'collection' rather than a museum. Interesting though.

One bug bear we had was the paying for every single toilet visit. We live in Belgium so we are used to paying for public toilets but they are usually free inside an attraction. They cost 40 cents each time per person. We must have spent 5 Euros!!

Lunchtime...cafeteria or restaurant? We didn't try the restaurant so I can't say anything about that but the cafeteria just before entering the tram ride to the caves really didn't offer very much.
Snacks & ice-cream was about it. A croque - monsieur was the only sandwich on offer. Rubbish! They could make quite a bit here as it's right after you've paid and is the entrance to two of the attractions, lots of people travelling through.

We enjoyed the fresh air and a family day out but just do the caves and enjoy the playground with an ice-cream.

1  Thank Rachael B
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