Trou De Fer Of La Reunion

Trou de Fer is single of the majority stunning sights of La Reunion, a French island deceitful a figure of 650 km off Madagascar’s east coast, shut to Mauritius. It’s a narrow valley about a thousand feet bottomless flanked by two cirques at the base of which flow the Bras de Caverne River. The canyon has two separate parts a big crater, which is feed by six famous waterfalls, and a thin slot canyon at its opening, which constitute the majority of the canyon’s distance end to end. The Bras de Caverne River’s headwaters are in a cirque high on the ridge abutting the canyon partition, and in a straight line after that, it drops in excess of a waterfall about 700 feet (210 m) high. This drop is more often than not dry or has very little water other than between that and the next, 600-foot (180 m) drop, mechanism feed the river, which drops greater than this then drop greater than a final 1,000-foot (300 m) chip away at cliff into the Trou de Fer in a slender plume of hose down. Check out these attractive images of this beautiful place.

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