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Spring has sprung so what better excuse to get out after the long winter and visit the Belgian Ardennes?
One great option for lots of fun and daring adventure are the activities operated by the locally-based Dinant-Evasion which has just “opened its doors” for the summer season.
That means a resumption of the company’s flagship activities, including a descent of the River Lesse by kayak on either the Gendron-Anseremme route (12 km) or the longer Houyet-Anseremme course (21 km).
Currently, access to the Lesse is restricted and subject to certain conditions due to the water level (there’s a minimum 15 years age rule and life jacket is compulsory).
There are also guided caving initiations which take you between narrow passages and vast spaces.
Cruises on the Meuse are also on the agenda. These depart from the famous Dinant Croisette and travel through the heart of the Meuse valley. Cruises are either 45 min or 2 hours and run every weekend in April and daily from May.
Brand new this year is an accommodation offer, “Village du Caillou” which comprises eight apartments,all located in a green setting and not far from surrounding entertainment.
A Dinant-Evasion spokesman said, “Our teams are already looking forward to rediscovering the excitement of our seasonal activities which try to strike a balance between nature and sport.”