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Réunion is a spectacularly scenic mountainous French island in the middle of the Indian Ocean. See lunar-like lava landscapes, dense forests, ragged mountain peaks and one of the world’s most active volcanoes. Reminders that Réunion is a French overseas territory are everywhere, from the gendarmes and boulangeries to the cuisine and language.
Outdoor pursuits are popular on the island. Go trekking or biking through the three cirques, volcanic valleys encircled by mountains. Venture into the forests on a bird-watching expedition. Among the species you may see are the Réunion stonechat and the zebra dove.
Climb to the top of Piton des Neiges, one of the island’s two volcanoes. At 10,070 feet (3,070 meters), this is the highest mountain on Réunion. On the lower slopes, explore the biological reserve that features more than 200 plant varieties. Réunion’s other volcano, Piton de la Fournaise, erupts almost every year. Take a guided tour to the top and peer inside the smoking crater.
Réunion has a lot to offer for outdoor adventures. Paraglide above the beaches of St. Leu on the west coast and surf its huge waves. Canyon down waterfalls and mountains and scuba dive in the coral reefs surrounding the island. Go rafting along fast-flowing sections of the Rivière Sainte Suzanne.
Amid Réunion Island’s grand volcanic landscapes are a number of towns and villages. Visit St. Denis, Reunion's capital for cultural attractions and shops. Study the collection of modern art in the Musée Léon Dierx and learn about the natural history of Indian Ocean islands at the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. Shop for clothes in trendy boutiques and dine in French-style bistros. Stroll around the mountain village of Hell-Bourg and bathe in the thermal waters of Cilaos.
Reach Réunion by flying into Roland Garros International Airport near St. Denis. Alternatively, arrive by ferry from Mauritius and Madagascar and get around by bus, taxi or rental car. Enjoy the island’s laid-back lifestyle, natural splendor and Gallic culture.
Great hotel, friendly staff. Excellent location swam with a turtle in front of the hotel. We really enjoyed our stay.
This is a nice and new hotel right at the beach. The hotel is 15 mins walk from the main town but there's a restaurant and a bar across the road. My room has a balcony with ocean view and aircon with good WiFi. The staff were lovely and helpful.
A very nice and modern hotel with a warm and welcoming staff. Rooms / bathroom well appointed. Only negative is absence of restaurant facilities when arriving late in the evening.
Staff were nice, the hotel is basically at the top of a very steep hill and my room was even higher, parking is close if you're lucky. The food is good and the pool is good, the room was very spacious, good air con but I had to hunt for a power outlet. The bathroom was cleanish but rough, shower ...
Excellent swimming pool. And magnificent scenery. But too little for lot of people
Very nice hotel. Rooms nice but Not luxurious, also suffer from detious traffic noise, being close to a busy road. The dining, pools, spa and bars are very good. Note that there are many families and kids, didnt bother us, but if youre looking for romantic couples place, take into account....