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Route Vincendo, Saint-Joseph 97480 Reunion Island
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4x4 volcano - 2 to 6 passengers
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4x4 volcano - 2 to 6 passengers

* From 2 to 6 passengers *<br>Visit the Volcano site comfortably!<br>Your driver will pick you up at the place of your choice in an air-conditioned Luxury 4x4 and ensure your trip safely to the Piton de La Fournaise site. Our top-of-the-range service allows you to refresh yourself and nibble along the way.<br>Discover the volcano forest and cross the legendary road from La Plaine des Sables to Pas de Bellecombe.<br>Description:<br>1) Departure in a luxury 4x4 to the Route du Volcan<br>2) Crossing the Volcano Forest<br>3) Crossing the Plaine des Sables<br>4) No Bellecombe<br>5) Back to the beginning of the Volcano Forest<br>6) Meals<br>7) Return to the starting point in a luxury 4x4
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iljumittajjeb wrote a review Nov 2019
Lanark, United Kingdom413 contributions116 helpful votes
The best bit is the walk here from the car park in Vicendo. Lots of olivine sands on the way there, bombs and other bits of pretty volcanic formations. The Cap itself is difficult to see through the foliage, but definitely worth the extra walking to get here.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Brittany_11_10 wrote a review May 2019
Los Angeles, California1,270 contributions555 helpful votes
Probably more worthwhile than Cap Jaune itself (though it's cool to see) is the walk out there. Part traipsing along the coast, watching and hearing the waves crash against the rocks, and part trekking through the jungle, the 30-minute (or so, depending on your speed and how often you stop to take photos) walk is really nice. You can park for free at the picnic area in Vincendo (Plage de la Marine Vincendo, I think, is what you'll want to put in to Google Maps) and then just head to the coast and look for white paint on the rocks (heading in the opposite direction as the waterfall, or the "caution shark" sign if it's still there). Basically, if you're facing the ocean and your back is to the parking lot, head to the right. You should see a worn path, or maybe other people out there to follow. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: May 2019