On the traces of the European fauna
Hop aboard a Safari-bus and explore the Wildlife Park and its amazing untamed nature in this observation vehicle. Your chauffeur will also be your guide, and will provide a wealth of information on the surrounding fauna and flora.
Along the way, the Safari-bus will stop so you can admire the breathtaking panorama of the Chavée (the Lesse’s former river valley) and to admire the Chasm of Belvaux, where the river disappears into the Boine massif.
Admire the countless animals you’ll encounter along the way while enjoying breathtaking landscapes. Round off your explorations by visiting Bear Hill, a custom-built enclosure that is 2 ha in size and is home to one of our continents iconic species.
- Equipment: to make sure you can admire the animals and your surroundings, the Safari-bus is open on all sides. Make sure you wear weather-appropriate clothing.
- Important information: it is compulsory to wear a face mask (from the age of 12) everywhere on the Domain, except on the Walking trail, where it is only compulsory in crowded or busy areas. We request that all visitors over 12 bring their face mask when visiting the Domain or purchase one on site. ⚠️
- PRM: you can visit the Wildlife Park in a Safari-bus if you can remain seated for 1h30 on one of the Safari-bus’s seats. As soon as the health situation permits, we will once again organize adapted visits for PMR groups. More information on our PRM page.
- Pushchairs: pushchairs and buggies are not allowed in the Safari-bus. To make things easier, you can leave your pushchair on the parking area provided to that effect on your left, immediately after the Domain entrance.
- Dogs are not allowed in the Wildlife Park, not even small dogs that can be carried in a handbag. Unfortunately, we do not have a kennel for your four-footed friends during your visit. Important information: we request you do not leave your dog in your car.
- For a good view: bring a pair of binoculars, they will help you make the most of your visit!
- At the end of your visit: on your way back, drop by the Han 1900 museum (free visit with your Park or PassHan ticket).