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Mountain Climbing in La Reunion

Tropical volcanic peaks among the rocky island playground

Lying in the Indian Ocean between Madagascar and Mauritius, Reunion is a rocky paradise with volcanic origins. Its piercing peaks and jagged spires provide the perfect natural playground on the tropical island for exciting mountain climbs. Visit during the months between June and September for ideal mountain climbing conditions.

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in France

Reunion is an island of breathtaking beauty that is dominated by the mountains. Approximately 40 percent of the island is protected national park. Its volcanic craters and piercing peaks are UNESCO listed, with the lush mountain slopes sliding into the sea. The highest summits are Maido (2,205m), Piton de la Fournaise (2,632m) and the Piton des Neiges (3,069m).


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What's the weather like?

The island is home to a tropical climate with cool temperatures from May to November

Best time to visit

Visit during the months between June and September for ideal mountain climbing conditions

More info about Mountain Climbing in La Reunion:

Reunion is an overseas island of France that is located in the Indian Ocean, just under 600 miles to the east of Madagascar. The terrain of the island is rugged and dominated by mountains and volcanoes, which are protected as UNESCO World Heritage sites. It also features black sandy beaches from its volcanic activity. The majority of the 866,000 inhabitants live around the coastal areas, which the capital being Saint-Denis

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