Kayak activities

Access conditions

Disabled people must be assisted at the different boarding and arrival locations.

We strongly recommend disabled people with sensory or understanding difficulties have continuous support during the activity. This person must be able to swim and preferably have a good knowledge of the course. Furthermore, no specific guidance is provided by the provider.

We strongly discourage this activity to people suffering of aquaphobia, people who tire easily and persons with tetraplegia However, other disabled people wishing to risk doing this activity, should be aware of potential dangers.

This activity requires compulsory wear of a life jacket. Training dogs are welcome on the premices.

Specific facilities

Disabled parking spaces are at disposal two steps away from our offices in Anseremme. We insist on the fact that on the course and its surroundings there are no facilities to receive disabled people. Only one toilet broader is currently provided at the arrival location.

Two different models of kayaks are available : standard or super comfy single and double-seater. We advise the last model for disabled people.

For a few extra euros, you can access lightweight equipment, stable, unsinkable and equipped with ergonomic seats.

Dinant Adventure activities

Access conditions

Access to Dinant Adventure activities is only recommended to disabled the most daring and who have an aptitude for sports.

We recommend efficient supervision of these individuals by valid and sports persons. Furthermore, no specific guidance is provided by the provider.

Before attending a course at Dinant Adventure, disabled must learn the essential skills necessary to see the smooth running of the activity. Indeed, physical activities such as the monkey bridge and other air routes, climbing, abseiling and many others, require very good coordination of upper and lower limbs.

Certain activities require compulsory wear of security material (helmet, harness, etc.)

Access to paintball activities is not allowed to disabled people. This activity requires more than an important physical fitness, participants need full use of all their senses. This site is not suitable for persons with different disabilities. Access and play area are impractical and material not suitable. For recall, this activity is prohibited to children under the age of 15.

Access to caving activity is not possible to disabled people. We discourage any participation to people with visual disabilities due to unstable surface, widths and heights of way are insufficient. For recall, this activity is prohibited to children under the age of 10.

Specific facilities

There are no sanitary facilities suitable on the site for disabled people.

Boating without a licence

Access conditions

Piloting an electric boat without a licence is not accessible to wheelchairs. These boats are not suitable.

Boat cruises on the river Meuse

Access conditions

Boats available for short cruises ("Ville de Dinant" en "Flandre III") are not accessible to wheelchairs. Inaccessibility lies mainly on the steps giving access to the boat.

The two-level boats reserved for the longer cruises (Le Copère, Le Mouche and Le Sax) can welcome people in wheelchairs. However, embarking and disembarking will necessitate assistance.

  • On Le Copère and Le Mouche, the access to the different levels is only possible via steep stairs and toilets are very narrow. Moreover, the many rows of fixed benches are not thought out for wheelchair users but are very suitable for the easily tired people.

  • On Le Sax, the first floor is accessible for wheelchair users and the toilets are on the same level. Nonetheless, these are not specifically adapted to chairs.  A minimum of mobility is required to be able to use them. The upper deck and terraces are only accessible via a stairway with light inclination.

Cruises are accessible to people with sensory disorders and intellectual disabilities. Assistance dogs are welcome.

Specific facilities

There are benches nearby the quay and boarding locations.
There are no sanitary facilities suitable for disabled people.