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Réunion National Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

258 Rue de la République, 97431, Réunion

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About Réunion National Park

It officially came into existence in 2007. The park's volcanic landscape, including the Piton de la Fournaise, an active volcano, was designated a World Heritage site in 2010, under the name "Pitons, cirques, and remparts of Reunion Island". Notable endemic species include the Réunion cuckoo shrike and the Reunion Island day gecko.

Attractions Near Réunion National Park

Grand Étang
Grand Étang4.77km from Réunion National Park

Grand Étang is the largest lake on the island of Réunion. This lake of 50 hectares, supplied by rainwater and several waterfalls.

Rivière des Roches
Rivière des Roches10.96km from Réunion National Park

The Rivière des Roches is a river on the Indian Ocean island of Réunion. It flows northeast from the center of the island, reaching the sea close to the town of Bras-Panon.

Plaine des Sables
Plaine des Sables11.12km from Réunion National Park

Plaine des Sables is a beautiful landscape, which was created from the eruption of Piton Chisny.

Forest Bélouve
Forest Bélouve11.58km from Réunion National Park

Forest Bélouve is a magnificent, unspoiled forest situated at 1,500 meters in altitude. It is protected by Réunion National Park and listed as a biological reserve.

Pas de Bellecombe
Pas de Bellecombe11.68km from Réunion National Park

Pas de Bellecombe-Jacob is a mountain pass and vista point overlooking Enclos Fouqué, the last caldera formed by Piton de la Fournaise, the active volcano on the eastern side of Réunion island in the Indian Ocean.

Formica Leo
Formica Leo12km from Réunion National Park

It is a small volcanic crater on the french island Réunion located at the Piton de la Fournaise volcano on Réunion Island.

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Reunion is a French overseas island located in the midst of the Indian Ocean, 700 kilometers east of the island of Madagascar, and 200 kilometers South-West of Mauritius. The island has been inhabited since the 16th century when people from France and Madagascar settled there.