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Water sports

Whales watching

Even if Reunion Island is a delight for hikers of all levels, water sports enthusiasts will not be left behind: surfing, kitesurfing, diving, big game fishing, jet skiing, sailing, sea trips, or just swimming at the beach (because you are also entitled to simply... rest !)... There is something for everyone!

Boat trips

To appreciate Reunion Island from the sea, nothing like a trip on a boat; go on a glass bottom boat, watching whales or taking an aperitif at sunset. Set sail aboard a sailboat for a half day or a day, or rent a motor boat equipped for fishing, diving or water sports ... you are extremely likely to come across some happy dolphins who love to play in the bow of the boat, and even, in season, whales!

Boat trip saint gilles les bains
Diving Ocean indian


Divers too will admire the coast from the club's boat, before diving under the waters of the Indian Ocean and mix with the rich underwater fauna: triggerfish, clownfish, parrotfish, moray eels, anemones, giant clams, corals, turtles ... All dive centers will take you out diving at day or night, for your first dive or a training course that awards a "level".


To experience the exhilaration of sliding, you can opt for surfing, kitesurfing or Stand Up Paddle surfing. For some, it will be the opportunity to try these board sports supervised by experienced instructors.

Paddle SUP on the lagoon of La Saline les Bains
Jet skiing Reunion


Whether you are a jet ski enthusiast or just eager to feel glide and speed sensations, discover Jet Skiing made in Reunion! Along the coast of the island, take the handlebars safely supervised by a qualified instructor.

Big game fishing

Finally, if you prefer tasting the pleasures of big game fishing (blue marlin, swordfish, skipjack, tuna, mahi mahi, "thon banane" ...), you will not be disappointed; just try to match the feminine world record established by a Reunionese woman who caught a 1212 pound marlin in 2003!!

Big game fishing