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The Trou de Fer waterfall consists of several dozen irregular rivers and streams that form a series of cascades. It is the tallest waterfall in French territory and one of the tallest in the world. It consists of four faults with a total height of 725 m. The highest of the individual cascades is 305 m.
The Trou de Fer waterfall can be seen from a viewing point that can be reached by car or on a hiking trail. However, it should be borne in mind that visibility is often poor due to heavy fog. The waterfall can also be seen during tourist helicopter flights over Reunion Island.