Reunion Island

Austral Voyages, your incoming travel agency on Reunion Island

Reunion Island is a volcanic island located in the heart of the Indian Ocean, 180 km from Mauritius and 800 km from Madagascar. In a single trip, it is the promise of discovering the lunar lands of the Piton de la Fournaise volcano, the azure blue of the Ermitage lagoon, the green jungle of the Sud Sauvage but also our three Cirques: Salazie, Cilaos and Mafate , with their villages anchored in our high mountains.

Austral Voyages can organize your stay from A to Z, whether for individual or group requests (family, friends, corporate, team building, meeting, etc.). We work with all hotels (2* to 5*) and quality partners for your car rentals, transfers, excursions and activities. We can only book your accommodation or work on a self-drive tour, à la carte to meet your every need.

We look forward to building your travel project together.

See you soon, on Reunion Island!

Your Austral Voyages Team

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General informations | Réunion


For people of foreign nationality: a passport valid for more than 6 months after the date of return.

We strongly recommend that you also have a return plane ticket and travel insurance including repatriation and hospitalization.


No compulsory vaccination, except for people who come from regions at risk of yellow fever (intertropical Africa).
As everywhere in the world, it is recommended to be up to date with tetanus, polio and hepatitis B vaccines.

Even if it is drinkable, avoid drinking tap water. Protection against mosquitoes is strongly recommended.


The monetary unit is the Euro.
There are few exchange offices on the island, we advise you to exchange your currency in your country of origin.
Payment by credit card is accepted in most stores and restaurants. ATMs are easily found on the island.


During the hot and humid summer, which lasts from November to April, temperatures oscillate between 28 and 35°C. It is during this period that the risks of cyclones are greatest, particularly in January and February. In “winter”, from June to September, temperatures vary between 16 and 27°C. The prevailing South-East wind is stronger in winter. The sea is warm in summer (25°C to 28°C) and cools a little in winter (22° to 24°C).


220 volt alternating current with French type E sockets. An adapter is recommended for international travelers.


The service is generally included and tipping is not obligatory.