The Wild Animal Reserve, an expanse of 250 hectares, is a haven of peace and quiet. More than that it is also a feast for your eyes: a panorama on the old Lesse valley or the discovery of the mysterious Belvaux Chasm, where the river embarks on its underground course. A diversity of animal species complete this setting. Both animals that live in our woods today: stags, deer, wild boar... and rarer and protected animals such as the ibex, the Tarpan horse, the Przewalsky horse or the European bison can be seen in the Reserve. And finally, you may also admire impressive predators such as the wolf, the lynx or the brown bear. The fact that the animals are happy and well taken care of can be deduced from the impressive number of births that take place every year. A safari-bus specially designed for optimal safety will take you on a guided tour of this wonderful wildlife reserve. New! Visit the Wildlife Reserve on foot! Thanks to the recent addition of a walking trail, you can now admire the upper part of the Wildlife Reserve and get up close and person with the wild animals that populate the park.