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Chamarel’s Seven Coloured Earth Geopark provides a unique opportunity to discover millions of years of history. The geopark focuses on connecting people with nature in an enjoyable, entertaining and enlightening manner through geology, education and...more
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It is interesting and unusual seeing the seven colours but it is overrated and as others have said certainly not amazing and it is much smaller than we expected. The waterfall although lovely we've seen better. If you are stuck for time I wouldn't waste...More
We went to see the coloured sands when we visited the Chamarel Waterfalls as it is in the same area. It is a unique volcanic geological of seven colours of earth mixed to create this feature.There is also an enclose with some of the giant...More
We visited the waterfall first which is great, lovely view.
The seven coloured earth is advertised in a way that this is the best place to visit. However, I felt it was very average, interesting the earth is different colours, but not really amazing.
Wonderful! Nature used the colors in such a way that you can look at it and admire as you look at a wonderful painting at the museum! Absolutely wonderful! You can admire few turtles at the park as well. Park is very well maintained too.
The earth is a wonder to behold but the area of earths is surprisingly small. It’s set in an area with pleasant garden and planting. Best of all was the giant tortoises, two of which were mating (6 months out of season, according to the...More
We visited the Chamarel Seven Coloured Earth Geopark during our Honeymoon Stay in October 2019.
The Geopark is on the Rivière Noire District in south-western Mauritius.
Entry to the geopark is Rs250 Adults and Rs150 Children. This gives you access to see the Chamarel Waterfall...More
This is a very good place to visit especially if you are into natural phenomenon. The colours are just as you see in pictures and depending on the sun light will look different from various angles. A walk way leads you round. Cafe and restrooms...More