A list of nearly 200 places in Belgium that are great for children’s outdoor activities.
#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.
12 Ideas to turn a Boring Country Walk into a Fun one for children.
If you’ve got children and are getting short on ideas for a pleasant day out, then I recommend the provincial park “Het Vinne” near Zoutleeuw in Limburg. It’s basically a nature reserve located around a large lake, but also has an extensive children’s playground, an educational visitor centre, […]
Swimming in Belgium’s rivers with the official Big Jump event is not possible in 2020 due to the coronavirus crisis.
Located in the Winge valley to the east of Leuven, Horst Castle has remained largely untouched since the middle of the 17th century. To get the most out of a visit to Horst Castle, you should know what not to expect. There are no works of art hanging […]
The Leuven-Mechelen canal can be accessed at a number of points, and its wide towpaths offer excellent opportunities for a pleasant walk or cycle. You can choose your entry and exit points depending on your preferred length of walk. Highlights for me are the white storks, which feed […]
Between the villages of Moerbeke and Wachtebeke, a few kilometres to the east of Sint-Niklaas, lies the Heidebos, a large nature reserve incorporating deciduous and coniferous forests as well as a vast expanse of heath land. Three signposted walks start from the car park on Fortstraat; all are […]
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