Surf’s upon on Reunion Island
After a long nearly 3-year hiatus, surf is finally up on Reunion Island. Tourists and the people of Reunion Island alike will enjoy the comeback of surfing competitions when the first one in a long time takes place this weekend. Islanders and tourists who visit the Boucan Canot and Roches Noires beaches this weekend will be able to witness after a long time of waiting, a surfing competition on Reunion Island. Hope prevailed among the surfing fraternity for a long time to see such an event return to the Reunion Island beaches. Emotions and thrills will mark the weekend among those who are facing the big blue waves on Saturday, February 20 and Sunday, February 21.
Reunion Island Tourism helping to discover France's next star
Trace Music Star edition Wati B is one of the scouts seeking to discover who will be France’s urban star of tomorrow. In the road to the final of the Indian Ocean TRACE Music Star comes the question of who will win Wati B on Reunion Island? The competition will take place on the island on February 20, 2016 at the Museum Stella Matutina at Piton Saint-Leu.
A new look at the island of La Réunion in Ultra High Definition
Thanks to a film, 4K, viewers will live a new experience and also have a chance to win stays on Reunion Island. Reunion Island will display its beauty and attractions through technology 4K*, also called ultra-reality resolution, in large shopping centers of metropolitan France through exceptional images of the Earth, the sky, and the sea, as one has never seen.
Reunion Island Tourism takes home several trophies from Gastronomy Overseas
The Reunion Island stand at the Gastronomy Overseas event provided a rendezvous location to tickle everyone's taste buds with special fragrances and unique dishes which offered something for everyone including the famous rougail sausages, chicken curry, samosas, and even peanut butter rougail.
Meet Reunion Island Tourism at the Brussels Holiday fair
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.