« Intense Island », Nature in Reunion Island seems like exploding in every corner ! Either you find yourself on the edge of a mountain of black lava with a magnificient view to a cristal clear waterfall, lost in the wild valley, or on the border of a fascinating green and blue lagoon and as said Victoria Abril : "it keeps your heart warm".
Easy going and comfortable Island where life is very busy all along the coast line. The temperature of the lagoon is constant, just like its friendly population. In Mauritius, you will quickly find your piece of sand and piece of lagoon. The ideal stop over for "farniente" in the Indian Ocean, it is right here and its definition is : peace and relaxing.
Hundert and fifteen earth are emerging out of the Indian Ocean and are forming the Archipel of the Seychelles. Almost every island owns an idyllic white sandy beach with palm trees and its typical granitic stones looking like a sculptured cinema decoration!
The variety of the country side, the population and its origin are surprising. Inside the country, the hills becomes naked and the rivers are carrying red earth. The traditional houses on the top of the hills are the charm of the area.
We like Mayotte and its lagoon, incredibly rich and still preserved, its population, the children playing in the street of the villages, its nature and tranquility. Take your time to discover the small Island of white sand, swim in the lagoon with giant turtles and observe the whales and their babies, assist one of this "grand weddings" or feed the Lemurs…
The "Cendrillon of the Mascareignes", wrinkled like the turtles as its first habitants. Today the population of Rodrigues is still far away from the main Island Mauritius and it busy capital Port Louis. Ignored by the big island, Rodrigues has been able to preserve its traditional customs.
A country that seduces travellers with its unfalteringly familiar culture woven around café terraces, village-square markets and lace-curtained bistros with their plat du jour (dish of the day) chalked on the board. Then there is the terroir (land) and the startlingly varied journey it weaves from northern France’s cliff s and sand dunes to the bright-blue sea of the French Riviera and Corsica’s green oak forests.