A list of nearly 200 places in Belgium that are great for children’s outdoor activities.
Hidden away but visible from passing trains, the Erps-Kwerps Vijvers reveal a wealth of nature to the patient observer.
Children might especially enjoy taking part in the Garden Butterfly Count in July in Belgium
A brief look at some of the main factors to consider when picking a first pair of binoculars for a child or grandchild.
Whether you prefer to walk, cycle, jog, gallop, tree-hug or whatever, there’s plenty of opportunities in the Forêt de Soignes.
Listening to the sounds of nature can help counteract stress and anxiety. They may be particularly helpful during the current coronavirus crisis.
The third coronavirus lockdown project. Bird books and nature books for children and adults.
Located 20 km south-west of Antwerp, the quiet town of Bornem has much to offer.
#2 in my series of coronavirus lockdown projects for children and adults. How to build a luxury 5-star bee hotel from wooden pallets.
The first of a new series of nature projects for adults and children to do at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
“A Country Walk! BORING!” But it doesn’t have to be thanks to these tips to make a country walk with children fun and enjoyable.
Marvel at how the Vlooyberg Tower “floats” in the air, and then climb to the top for some great views.
A lovely walk overlooking the river Meuse and the surrounding hills, with a short child-friendly stroll too.
A short list of 15 museums throughout Belgium that will be particularly interesting for children of all ages and interests.
There’s plenty of activities to do and events to attend in Belgium in December 2019, both in the major cities, and the wilds of Wallonia.