Overview

Reunion island proposes an infinite variety of landscapes mixing white sandy beaches, turquoise seas sparkling lagoons, breathtaking green mountains and stunning waterfalls.

This Island surprises by also adding an active volcano - Piton de la Fournaise, Indian Ocean’s highest peak - Piton des Neiges as well as the largest French city outside France -Saint-Denis to the mix. However, if relaxing isn’t your thing Reunion Island can offer so much more! Take a hike up some of the ruggedly beautiful mountains on the island. If hiking isn’t your thing, but you still have a thirst for adventure then why not try your hand at canyoning, rafting, scuba diving or mountain biking?

Highlights

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Explore Reunion's Gastronomy

Gastronomical pleasures are of great importance on the island, and the Réunionese have a wide range of culinary traditions. The Reunionese love to cook. Take French culture as a base, add a pinch of Malagasy customs, a zest of Chinese know-how, a bit of Indian savour, and you'll get a unique exotic recipe. Why not take a cooking class and test your cooking skills?

Observe the natural wonders of Reunion

In spite of its small size, this island offers rather diverse landmarks. Most impressive landmarks in Réunion are the numerous supertall waterfalls in forest-covered, incredibly deep canyons and ravines. Some of the world’s tallest waterfalls are located on this small island. This phenomenon is possible due to extreme cliffs and very abundant rainfall.

Very interesting is also the Piton de la Fournaise volcano which sometimes pours its lava directly into the Indian Ocean.

Catch a glimpse of Reunion's Beauty from above

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From half day to full day excursions, enhance your stay on this magnificent island

When to visit

Autumn, October and November, are the most popular times to visit as the skies are clear and the temperatures are warm. For those planning to visit and trek, March and April are ideal months to visit as the weather is warm and the flora is at its most colourful. June to September is monsoon season and although most of the rain falls at night, mountain views can be restricted.