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It is reachable by car or by walk to, however you should be careful as the road is busy and a bit dangerous because of many turns and it is a bit narrow. There is a space to park your car right in front of...More
This was a great destination for a relaxed day out. The trail is a bit difficult in one place due to guard dogs and is not clearly marked but otherwise it's an easy hike if you need a day off. We were very spoilt by...More
It's a bit hard to find the trail, and I think the locals have tried to hide the path a bit to discourage tourists from crossing the bean fields and damaging irrigation pipes, but it's worth the effort. The scenery is breathtaking and the falls...More
Enchanting site with an equally enchanting story behind the legend. Small streams of waterfall from the mountain range. Not the most spectacular waterfall but definitely intriguing. It's a major tourist attraction so try to avoid visiting same time as the arrival of large tourist buses....More
This spectacular cascading waterfall in the Reunion Island is about 500 metres high and its water leaps down along a mountainous cliff in the middle point between the cirque de Salazie and the Plateau Bélouve. It consists of several threads of water falling within the...More
this waterfall is only part of a whole bunch of them . the whole road from St Benoit to Salazie is full of them . the only thing is that you have a tough time parking anywhere to have a good look at them ....More
There are so many, many waterfalls in Reunion and the amazing cascading Bridal Veil Waterfalls would be one of the best. They are so aptly named and of course they have a legend of how the waterfalls were formed. Worthwhile seeing.
We decided to try to go to the waterfall and it was great. You need the proper shoes which can get wet, because you have to go in the stream of water, sometimes 30 cm deep and climb (ok for kids over 6) on the...More