Reunion goes into the Guinness Book of Records

REUNION SET TO CELEBRATE CONFIRMED ENTRY INTO GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORDS 2015

(Posted 25th February 2014)

The remarkable diving feat accomplished on the 01st of December last year – reported here at the time – when 110 divers created the longest human chain underwater in the bay of Saint Leu, was now formally recognized by the Guinness Book of Record and will feature in the 2015 edition.

Those participating and the tourism fraternity at large will celebrate the recognition on the 01st of March in a special dedication to be held at Saint Gilles les Bains. An extensive programme has been prepared for the day, including a photo exhibition, covering the event in December and an evening concert as a befitting roundup of the day.

Scuba diving is one of the island’s main attractions for visitors from abroad, besides a range of other activities which await the intrepid travellers who chose to spend vacation time on this French Indian Ocean island.

For more information about the Ile de la Reunion visit www.reunion.fr where a number of links give insight about available hotels and resorts, tours and excursion and places to visit while on the island.

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