Cultural treasure hunt on an electric bike Group activity


An electric bike treasure hunt on Reunion Island! The new cultural and semi-sport Team Building is finally available in Saint-Paul!

After the treasure hunt in electric buggies, discover the one on electric bikes. Don't panic, even the non-sporty can devour the kilometres and open the treasure first!

Discover the natural, cultural, geographical and historical heritage of Réunion Island on this half-day "Adapt'mystère" treasure hunt.

Equipped with a roadbook, each team (3 to 4 people per team) sets off on a life-size treasure hunt.

Riddles need to be solved to find out about each stage of the route.

At each stop, the roadbook explains the historical or geographical interest of the place, and gives anecdotes...

Participants are also invited to pick up clues at each stop to find the final mystery code.

Finally, a "photo challenge" is offered to participants throughout the tour.

Capacity: Maximum 15 participants for logistical reasons (bike delivery)

If you are more than 15 people, we will offer you a double activity with another treasure hunt combined with this one.

Route : Departure and return from the Grotte des premiers Français in Saint-Paul. This tour includes large sections of cycling on secure cycle paths or secondary roads over approximately 15kms.

Start: Saint-Paul settlement cave

- Stop 1: Poudrière de Saint-Paul: at the entrance to the Tour des Roches, this first stop off the beaten track features this remarkable former military building dating from the early 18th century and listed as one of Réunion's historic monuments.

- Stop 2: Water mill and Tour des Roches: geographical presentation of the largest wetland area in the Mascareignes, historical anecdote about the functions of the water mill.

- Stop 3: Cocoteraie de l'Etang Saint-Paul and its metal footbridge offering a 360° panoramic view of the wetland, the mountains, the coconut grove and the bay of Saint-Paul.

- Stop 4: Landing stage at Saint-Paul: This site offers a magnificent view over the bay of Saint Paul. It's a place steeped in history, but also rich in street art.

- Stop 5: Marine and slave cemetery: historical presentation of the cradle of Réunion Island's population, anecdote about the pirate La Buse, discovery of the slave cemetery.

Opening of the treasure in front of the marine cemetery at the grotto of the first Frenchmen (in the same place as the departure).

Content of the service :

- Each team receives a folder containing a roadbook, a pencil and a road map

- 4-hour itinerary and treasure hunt

- A guide will be present at the start to hand out the roadbooks and provide explanations

- A guide will be on hand at the finish to open the treasure boxes and serve cold local drinks.


- Individual prizes: Each participant who finds the mystery code at the end of the treasure hunt will receive a 100% Péi gift on arrival

Duration: The 3-hour tour will cover 15 kms and will be limited to Saint-Paul (departure and arrival at Grotte du Peuplement).

The price includes bike hire, delivery to the starting point and return. Includes helmet (+ disposable cap) and yellow waistcoat.

Seasonality: Tours available from April to the end of October (when temperatures are not too high).

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