Reunion Island Travel- Travel Reunion island to enjoy the natural attractions, activities, cuisine and nightlife of Reunion Islands. A number of couples come for their honeymoon in Reunion island.
Honeymoon in Reunion Island
An island of true contrasts, the French Island of Reunion is unknown to many of the world's travelers. That's unfortunate! This unique island in the middle of the Indian Ocean is simply one of the most captivating spots on earth.
Reunion Island is located in the middle of Indian ocean, which comprises of welcoming beaches with lots of mountains and lush green forests. This island offers vacation opportunities ranging from relaxing to truly wild.
If you're looking for a place to chill out, then without any doubt travel Reunion Island. From hiking or canoing to scuba diving or surfing in the clear waters, this island offers extensive adventure activities abound for vacationers hoping to do something a little daring while on their Reunion holiday.
Reunion Island Travel Attractions
Adding zing to your travel in Reunion Island are following activities.
Reunion Island travel is suitable for those who want tropical relaxation and beaches combined with outdoor activities. They desire so much to do and explore around the island. Several trails in the island can be fairly challenging. Comparatively less challenging routes can be enjoyed on foot, mountain bike or horse back. Reunion has some impressive beaches and many of the hotels offer sports like tennis and water-sports such as windsurfing, snorkeling and scuba diving.
If you move away from the beach Reunion Islands have many trails for walking and hiking through the picturesque forests and mountains, some of which are very demanding. Mountain biking and horse riding are popular activities. The island also has a golf course.
Reunion Island Travel offer plenty of natural attractions, historic and cultural sites to tour. The active volcano, La Fournaise, dominates the south coast of the island along with several other rugged peaks. At the base of the volcano is a huge calcinated forest named 'Grand Brule' which has repeatedly been caught in the volcanoes eruptions.
The Jardin d'Eden is a refreshing botanical garden specializing in spices and medicinal plants. Inland there is a thriving health spa at Cilaos. To the west of the island, inland is the 'Trois-Bassins', an impressive gorge with three waterfalls pouring into a pool nice for bathing.
The capital, Saint-Denis, is a modern and cosmopolitan town encircled on three sides by steep mountains. It presents some interesting sightseeing opportunities including magnificent Creole mansions, art galleries, landscaped gardens and temples, plus regular markets.
The basic local cuisine is scrumptious -- dishes are well seasoned with ginger, paprika and saffron. Curries, seafood, various meats, tropical fruit and vegetables are commonly included. Continental, Chinese, Indian and various African cuisines are also available. Be sure to eat at a variety of different restaurants. Good local wines are produced. Some travelers enjoy the rum arrange (rum flavored with vanilla, aniseed, cinnamon and orchid).
The island is awake also during the night, find out what to do once the sun is down. In the tourist areas as well as in Saint-Denis, there are lot of things to do and see. The other areas are much quieter, but with a car you can easily move around. It is also pleasant and not expensive to enjoy a drink at the many mobile bars on the beach by the ocean.