Ravishing Reunion Holidays
So you were thinking of going to France for your next holiday, but you really want to spend time on an exquisite tropical beach....
And you like to hike through beautiful scenery and see extraordinary new sights.
Oh, and you love to eat great food and drink excellent wine and be in super-relaxed social spaces with local people.
Well, then, the answer is easy! It's Reunion.
The only thing is you will need a lot of time or to make hard choices, because there is so much to do!
Admittedly we're biased because we had the best holiday of our lives in Ravishing Reunion! We would love you to have just as great an experience, and as a UK based business with ABTA and ATOL protection, and access to all the holiday facilities in Reunion, we can make sure that you do.
Just drop in an enquiry and we will get back to you completely without obligation to start planning your holiday!
Ravishing Reunion Holiday Options
Although it is only 40 miles from one side of the island to the other on the only road that goes right across, there are different climates on the east and west. The island is tropical, but the east is typically humid, whereas the west is much drier. The east gets six times as much rain as the west!
Hiking is one of the most popular holiday activities on Reunion with a handful of wonderful mountain hikes offering gorgeous mountain views, and lovely waterfalls and lakes. Multi-day hikes with accommodation in mountain gites are popular. Mountain biking, horse riding, canyoning and paragliding are all possible too,
The Piton de la Fournaise is one of the most accessible active volcanoes in the world and is a truly extraordinary sight.
There are beautiful white sand and volcanic black sand beaches dotted round the island. Particularly at St Giles. on the west coast, there are lovely white typical tropical beaches. The coast also offers boat trips and whale and dolphin watching excursions at the right time of year.
Reunion is a real melting pot. French is the dominant language and the French cultural influence is strong, but there are also African, Chinese, Indian and Polynesian influences to be seen in the buildings and tasted in the food. The food is extraordinary. From the haut cuisine of the best restaurants to the sandwich vans in parking lots and the food stalls in the markets, the quality and variety of food on offer is fantastic.
And the people are laid back, friendly and welcoming. The cares of everyday life can be completely forgotten over a leisurely lunch in an inexpensive little family restaurant with exquisite food, great wine and apparently always happy patrons all round!
If this sounds like what you would like for your holiday, contact us and let's start planning it!