Scout Groups visiting Belgium – What to do?

What can we recommend ?

Of course there is not a one-size-fits-all answer to this, and so we recommend that you do some background reading to see what is available, and what you might be interested in.

Visiting Belgium

A good place for visitors to start might be the Belgium pages on WikiTravel which is a free Travel Guide that tries to be fairly self contained, you will also find it useful to get some general background on the country, and that can be found on our old friend Wikipedia.

If you want information about West Flanders and World War One Commemoration we have written a document with some useful information 2014-visiting the battlefields

There is also a scout museum in Leuven

Belgian Cities

For City information take a look at;

Out and about

For some other rural destinations across the country start with the Tourist brochures on the Brussels Wallonia website and the Flemish Tourist website .. or for more info try;


Campsites and Accommodation:

Please see the list on our resources page..
  • The nearest scouting campsite to the 1st Brussels home town of Tervuren is De Kluis, owned by the Flemish Scouts and Guides. There are contact details on the website and you can book one of their many sites and search for availability here they speak fluent English.
  • 1st Brussels do not have a Scout hut, so sadly we can’t help you with a sleepover.

Theme Parks

  • The nearest Theme park to De Kluis is Walibi near the town of Wavre.
  • Wikipedia maintains a list of other Belgian Theme parks here.

We hope you enjoy your visit!

All of the websites mentioned on this page are maintained by third parties, not by us: We probably didn’t need to say that, but just in case.

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