Réunion, a French Island in the Indian Ocean not far from Mauritius, has recently received Street View. We found that although the coverage shown by the blue lines is quite extensive we were not able to access it in a number of areas. For example, Îlet à Cordes shows blue lines but if you try to enter Street View there in either Google Earth or Google Maps it does not succeed.
Changes to Street View between January 28th, 2016 and February 28th, 2016. Changes marked in red. Existing Street View in blue. Large version
See it in Google Maps . With nothing to judge scale by, this volcano looks deceptively small and close. It is actually about 3 km away and has a crater over a kilometre wide at its peak. The whole thing is sitting inside a much larger crater, the edge of which the photo was taken from.
See it in Google Maps. Réunion has some very steep mountains. We thought this spot looked especially beautiful, with the sun just peeping over the mountain.
Other new Street View includes expansions to coverage in Ecuador, Bolivia, Uruguay, Brazil, The Philippines, Ukraine and Russia. And the Google LatLong blog lets us know about some US stadiums that have received Street View. There is also some new Street View of Ellef Ringnes Island in the far north of Canada. It is dated April 2014, but appears to have only recently been added.
See it in Google Maps. If Réunion was too hot and tropical for you, then try exploring Ellef Ringnes Island in northern Canada.