Réunion National Park

Réunion National Park

Between cirques, volcanic massifs and primary forests, this earthly paradise is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Established in 2007 and covering more than 40% of the surface of the island, the national park is home to subtropical and tropical primary forests, constituting an impressive mosaic of ecosystems and sensational landscapes, such as the Bélouve Forest.

It includes two important volcanic mountains of which the extinct Piton des Neiges, rising to over 3,000 metres, and the Piton de la Fournaise, one of the most active volcanoes on the planet. The spectacular landscape offers a breathtaking viewpoint and crests hundreds of metres high. This exceptional landscape is also dominated by three magnificent cirques: Mafate, Cilaos and Salazie, all three created by landslides.

This paradise is a boon for hikers who come to admire the beauty and richness of Réunion's heritage, as this ensemble creates a unique and spectacular landscape that contributes significantly to biodiversity conservation.

Parc national de La Réunion
258 rue de la République
97431 La Réunion

+262 (0)2 62 90 11 35