Reunion Island Festival Liberté Métisse


My weekend on Reunion Island attending the Festival Liberté Métisse, or festival of Mixed Freedom. Taking to the beach with the vibrant Creole people for this major cultural and unifying event which celebrates the abolition of slavery, and their shared freedom. Enjoying a helicopter trip to bring scale and diversity to perspective and dancing with the great Danyel Waro who brought Maloya music to the world. All these tasters of the good life, which clearly lives here. Here’s the video and further reason to #GoToReunion!

With thanks to Destinate and Reunion Island Tourism Board. Read about my previous visit to Reunion Island.

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