REUNION NATIONAL PARK
Created in 2007, the Réunion National Park was born out of the realization that the exceptional and unspoilt nature and landscapes of the island’s interior needs to be protected for future generations.
This exceptional, internationally recognized area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site containing “Pitons, cirques and ramparts”, includes sites of cultural heritage and is known for the spectacular beauty of its landscapes and for the rich biodiversity living within it.
Of the forty species of nesting birds present on the island, nine are endemic and three of them reproduce only inside the National Park. With 9 years of experience, Reunion National Park provides a safe haven for these species and protects their habitats. The park already has several major conservation projects in progress across the island. Skills in project management and knowledge of the terrain make it an ideal partner in the conservation of petrels.