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Reviewed yesterday

Although it is small in size, the Seven Colored Earths is a rarity that deserves a visit, the colorful nuances that give these small dunes, especially when they are hit by direct sunlight, leave the visitor fascinated. I had high expectations that were not disappointed.

Thank Gast1
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I went there because it's on every travel site discussing Mauritius. I was not impressed. It is a small patch of land and though beautiful there is noting much around to do.

Thank Nomad_alpha
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The earth wasn’t that interesting and there were tortoises that we’re in a fairly small space. Although the zip line was absolutely amazing and beautiful

Thank fOoOOooOOoooDd
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Wow, what a place. It had just finished raining before we got there so it wasn't too spectacular, however...the sun came out and everything dried up. What a spectacle! The colours were vibrant and well defined. There was a cart with all the different earths in baskets so you could see them all together close up. With an explanation on a noticeboard it explained all we needed to know about the attraction. We also saw the very impressive giant tortoises in a separate enclosure with an information board about them as well. Overall it was a lovely experience.

Thank TrevorW1494
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Good compact space. They don't allow to touch or enter the land. Drinking sugarcane juice was a great experience.
Don't forget to take umbrella with you if you don't like natural shower.
It was fun.

Thank FrequentFlier737488
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Lovely views of the waterfall and nature park. I didn’t really appreciate the seven coloured earth as it wasn’t that amazing to look at. Good facilities and may appeal to others but not me.

Thank Straighttalking1
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Worth the visit. Colours are best seen when sunny. And link it to the waterfall. The giant tortoises are fascinating.

Thank eirian55
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Reviewed 3 days ago

It is very impressive to see this Place in this sorounding. These colours invite for meditation.The silence is great behause visitors are speachless when they see this beautiful Place and the surrounding.

Thank JuergenF24
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Interesting spot, natural wonders to admire, quite unique site. Don't miss visiting giant tortoises. Try the ice cream! Wonderful viewing decks with luscious garden. Great photo opportunities. Be sure to see waterfalls nearby.

1  Thank Glenda J
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Reviewed 6 days ago

It’s not as impressive as it looks on the pictures it almost looks as if the sand has been emptied from lorry’s this may be for display purposes but if you have to use public buses be aware it would be a fair walk up and down hill from the entrance to the sands and waterfall

1  Thank Graham004
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