It’s possible to combine protecting nature with tourism! And this is exactly the sort of holiday you can enjoy on Reunion Island. With 40 per cent of the island designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, protecting nature has become a real priority here.
As soon as you set foot on Reunion, you’ll notice that nature is omnipresent – wherever you are on the island. Spectacular cirques, vertiginous peaks and steep cliffs are just a few of the exceptional natural sites that make up the beauty of the island. And they’re all good reasons to preserve this environment, which is as magnificent as it is fragile.
To protect the breathtaking landscapes of La Réunion, please find easy to follow eco-tips :