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We joined the guided tour. Our guide had a great sense of Humor and a lot of Knowledge about the... read more

Reviewed 28 December 2017
007Bex
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Germany
All about Rhum and other attractions

If you have no idea how Rhum is made and also why this is the most popular drink on the island go... read more

Reviewed 8 November 2017
Markus L
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Switzerland
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« An encounter with an island, its population and a product »Recently set up in Reunion Island, the Saga du Rhum museum was officially opened in December 2008. Located at the heart of the island’s oldest family distillery, still in activity today...more
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Chemin Fredeline, Saint-Pierre 97453, Reunion Island
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Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

The visit with a guided tour was quite ok, but not a must do. Unfortunately, the tasting at the end was also not very good and the service was absolutely not enthusiastic. In case you are also visiting Mauritius, I would prefer Chamarel. The distillery...More

Thank NicoleReimer
Reviewed 28 December 2017

We joined the guided tour. Our guide had a great sense of Humor and a lot of Knowledge about the rum production. Very interesting!

Thank 007Bex
Reviewed 18 December 2017 via mobile

It was interesting to learn about the sugar and rum industries but also about the history of the island. There is lots to read but you can take as long as you want and I was pleased to see it was written in English as...More

Thank Sue5259
Reviewed 8 November 2017

If you have no idea how Rhum is made and also why this is the most popular drink on the island go and learn. If you know go and try the different variations of Rhum at the end of the tour and maybe you find...More

Thank Markus L
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

This is a really great outing if you have an hour or two to spend on something while in the area. It is the only family owned distillery on the island. There are guides tours (in French) but audio guides can be rented for €2....More

Thank Charlene S
Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

Having done the Bois Rouge factory visit a few days before we thought we would not learn much here but in fact both visits are very complementary. Had an enthusiastic and competent guide and learned not only about the Ron history but also about the...More

Thank JMGeneva
Reviewed 9 October 2017 via mobile

La Saga du Rhum is located just outside of St Pierre. The museum is well set up, although the signs are mostly in French. Make sure to take an audioguide if not fluent. The museum details the history of rum from sugar cane juice and...More

Thank ivy_bergen
Reviewed 23 July 2017

We popped in here as we had a day to relax and wanted to hit Carrefour nearby. We had not great expectations and certainly the initial part of the museum was pretty so so. But Soon the museum takes on a very interesting presentation that...More

Thank KhunKwai
Reviewed 12 August 2016

At the beginning we was convinced it was just a turistic attraction, but as soon as we finish to visit the plant, we were really satisfied and surprised by the fascinating process used to produce the famous reunionnaise rhum Qualified staff and a great exhibition...More

1  Thank Figaro_AB
Reviewed 9 January 2016

We enjoyed visiting this distillery and there was lots of information on growing sugar cane, history of the island as well as seeing first hand how rum is produced. My only criticism would be the prices in the shop as although you are invited to...More

Thank SheilaLM
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Sue5259
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Response from Markus L | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sue Unfortunately, no direct bus available. You might get a bus with a stop nearby, but still quite a distance to walk. If you like that ask at tourist office for help. Otherwise, take a taxi...Cheers, Markus
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