Although Reunion Island is the ideal destination for adventurous travellers to explore by themselves, having a tour guide to introduce you to the insider secrets to the island is recommended for those who desire a deeper level of understanding of the island.
With over 1000km of hiking and running trails criss-crossing the island, Reunion Island is a trail runner’s paradise! Whether running for pleasure or competition, the fresh air, natural beauty and challenging trails combine to create the perfect conditions for runners who love the great out doors.
Barely a month goes by when Reunion Island is not celebrating. With such a diverse mix of cultures and religions, the island’s calendar of festivities is jam-packed year-round. Here’s an overview of 2019 festive highlights, so you can start planning your visit.
Hit the road! It’s entirely possible to drive the circumference of the island in a day, stopping to see some of the most stunning attractions along the way. Here’s our guide to driving around Reunion Island in a day.
With influences ranging from European to African to Indian to Chinese, the cuisine of Reunion Island is a diverse blend of flavours and spices. While you can find almost any kind of cuisine on the island, there are a few quintessential Réunionnaise dishes that you can’t leave without trying.
Reunion Island’s capital, Saint Denis, is rich with European flair. This seaside city is like a tiny version of Paris, complete with boutiques and artisanal Gelaterias. Here are 5 things you can do in Saint Denis when you visit Reunion Island.
At just 2500 square kilometres, you could easily drive around the whole of Reunion Island in a day, stopping at some of the most iconic sights along the way. But how do you choose where to stay? It’s ideal to have base from which you can take daily sightseeing trips, and for this, the west coast is perfect. Here’s our guide for where to stay on the west coast of Reunion Island.
As a French overseas territory, Reunion Island’s official currency is the Euro. But that doesn’t mean the island is prohibitively expensive for South African’s travelling on the ZAR. Here are ten tips to help you budget for your trip to Reunion Island.
When South Africans hear the name “Reunion Island”, what springs to mind? Maybe “where is that?” or “I’m dying to visit!” Thanks to the island’s unmatched beauty, diversity and truly unique landscape, it’s no wonder people can’t stop talking about the perfect climate, beautiful hiking trails and crystal clear waters, which make it the perfect place for South African visitors.