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Departure around 7:00 am in direction of the Volcano via the South and Le Tampon. Crossing la “Plaine des Cafres”, a market garden and a cattle-breeding area, the first stop is at the viewpoint of “Nez De Bœuf” (2070 m) for the forming cirque “La Rivière des Remparts”: a huge canyon and a difference in level of 1000m! You stop secondly at “Le Pas des Sables” for the impressive view over “La Plaine des Sables”, the exceptional lunar landscape. Arrival at “Pas de Bellecombe” (2311m), from where you have the unique view over the “Piton de la Fournaise Massif” (one of the most active red volcano of the world). Continuation to the windward coast called the “Wild South” because of the contrasts with the blue (ocean), the green (tropical vegetation) and the black (lava flows). The discoveries continue with the rivers of lava that crossed the national road several times during the past decades, especially in the “Great Burnt Land”. Stop at “Manapany” to discover this small charming village with its natural creek. Traditional Creole lunch. Afterwards, you take a forested trail across the rich coloured woods where you can discover various endemic plants, some medicinal and sacred ones. Then you take the direction of “Langevin River” where you can admire a beautiful waterfall before the return to your hotel.
Minimum : 4 pers / Maximum : 42 pers

(Market only on Friday)
Departure around 7:00 am to the North to admire the beautiful Niagara waterfall, before taking the road leading to the most greenery cirque of the Island: Slaazie. The road is an eden garden, where waterfalls sreads out along the cliffs like lace curtain, the most famous one is the « voile de la mariée » (the wedding veil). Several stops will be available.
Arriving in Grand Ilet, you will discover the chayote farming, speciality of Salazie. You will follow in direction of the Bélier taking the forest road to enjoy the breath taking scenery it offers on Mafate. Back to Salazie and then to the village of Hell-Bourg to have lunch in Ilet a Vidot. A path, will lead you to « Mrs Elisabeth’s Cabane », a haven of peace, where you will have a creole lunch served in banana’s leaves. After a nice rest along the river, you will be guide through the village of Hell-Bourg. Old thermal town famous during the 19th century. Classified among the « French most beautiful villages », Hell-bourg is a perfect living museum for creole architecture.
Back to the coast to go to St Paul, where the market takes place every Friday. It is the most beautiful and picturesque of the island. Located on the beachfront, its colorfull walkway area lovely place to stroll. Craft industry, herbalist, florist and other are composing this wonderfull market. You will be fully disorient and you will be able to shop and taste local products.
Minimum : 4 pers / Maximum : 42 pers

Departure around 7:00 am from your hotel in direction to the South with a first stop at “the Blower” near Saint-Leu : it’s a natural tunnel of lava in which the sea enters and produces impressive springs. Then we drive to “Entre-Deux” : a typical Creole village in the lush inland countryside. Arriving there, you start the ascent of “Dimitile” on an off-road trail. Up to 1852m, you can uncover the primeval forest, its hillsides covered with fern, mimosas and its medicinal plants. A little 10 minutes walk guides you without any difficulty to the triangulation point of the island: from this point you have a view over the unique and imposing landscape of Cilaos, the inclined Plaine des Cafres high plateau and the south littoral with the coral barrier of Saint-Pierre.
Afterwards, you take the descent to Entre-Deux where a typical Creole lunch will be served in a “table d’hôte”. The afternoon is dedicated to visit the houses and villas of the village of Entre-Deux and to the typical market of Saint-Pierre.
Minimum : 4 pers / Maximum : 42 pers