Réunion is an island in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar and approximately 175 kilometres (109 mi) southwest of Mauritius. The island has been held as an overseas region by the French since 1946 and it is administered as one of the regions of France.
This significantly small island and beautiful island is famous for various attractions ranging from the astounding black and white sandy beaches to the emerald forests and the ancient prehistoric sites that hold a great potential for this country as a tourism destination. This country is densely populated and previously its economy was dependant majorly on agriculture, but now it has unearthed its tourism industry potential and hosts so many tourists per year due to its broad natural fascination that it offers.
The magical scenic island is characterized by amazing mountain scopes, emerald forests, breath taking panoramas, winding roads and most importantly exclusive coastal cities which are sprinkled with soul steering sandy beaches that give that sunny feeling of lying on the sand.
Réunion is known for its erupting beasts of mountains that have been active since the 17th century contributing to the massive features that are a characteristic of most of the landscapes. Reunion lacks no fun for anyone who loves nature and outdoor fun. Hiking is among the many activities popular in this small island together with paragliding, horseback riding, rafting, climbing as well as whale watching.
There is also a compelling culture that emanates from a mix of the fascinating creole, Chinese Indian, French and African heritage. This comes with amazing vibrant cultural festivals and rich architectural treasures which mark this small Indian Ocean Island.