- Grottoes and caves
The Caves of Remouchamps, a natural gem in the province of Liège, are famous for being home the longest underground river in the world.
- Discovered in 1828
- A 1 km stroll through a mysterious, fascinating landscape such as the first hall, which was inhabited by Palaeolithic hunters 8.000 years ago. Always against a fabulous background, full of colours and life, you will pass corridors, filled by the subterranean river Rubicon, until the big hall of the Cathedral (40 metres high)
- The second part is visited by boat, gliding the Rubicon winding subterranean river of almost 700 m in length. Here one will discover new beauties, including a natural water fountain that sprays under the subterranean roof, forming a magnificent curtain.
- An anecdote: it was used as a wine shelter for a while then later, during WW2, as a shelter
- Possibility to combine the visit of the Caves with the Monde Sauvage d'Aywaille.
- Guided tour in French, Dutch, English or German
The boatmaster's "bat technique" when going against the current. He stands upside down and pushes with his feet on the ceiling...
VISITWallonia.be Advantage Pass
Your Advantage Pass
-20% off the individual entrance fee
Pets not allowed