Meet Reunion Island Tourism at the Brussels Holiday fair

Brussels Holiday fair

Published on 04 February 2016

From today until February 8, the Brussels Expo will host the exhibition of Brussels Holidays, aka Salon des Vacances. For Belgians who have not chosen their next holiday destination yet, this is an opportunity to meet the Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) team and its local Belgian tourism partners ready to give stand visitors a taste of a journey like no other in the heart of the Indian Ocean.

For the exhibition of Brussels Holidays 2016, the IRT has come to showcase the island together with the home airline, Air Austral; the Saint Alexis Hotel & Spa; and the group, Exsel Authentic Hotel.

At their stand 7337, they will take visitors on a journey of discovery in a virtual tour of Reunion Island!

Anyone coming to the Salon des Vacances. and in particular the Reunion Island stand. will find all relevant information and discover what Reunion Island is all about and how the tourism industry has created a wide range of options, be it for the beach or for adventure.

Fair visitors can book their next vacation to Reunion Island with the tour operator partners Uniclam, Rainbow, Live to Travel, Travel World and Footprints - all of which have made available special offers on the occasion of the trade fair. Material is available in both French and Dutch to cater to Belgium's regions.

Whether one comes to listen to the rustle of the palm trees, experience the gentle warm sand at the beaches, look for the spicy scents and flavors of dishes created by fusing continental and Creole cuisine, or want to explore the magic of the volcano, Reunion Island is a destination for active holidays but is also ideal for sharing an unforgettable family holiday in a setting where one can find a unique blend of a diverse culture.

Get out there and experience a wide range of activities on land, in the air, and on and in the water.

The Reunion Island team is ready to take stand visitors on a virtual tour through its Pitons, cirques, and ramparts which are listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO.

And when tourists come to the island they can hike safely on the sulfurous slopes of Piton de la Fournaise, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Visitors to stand 7337 are invited to imagine the rich biodiversity and what it is like to see dolphins and whales while Reunion Island's gastronomy is famous for its diversity of tastes and colors.

The island is one of the few places in the world that offers visitors the opportunity to experience the widest range of discoveries in one trip and meet an impossible dream: to circumnavigate the world in a few days while being in just one destination - Reunion Island.