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Explore Chamarel in Mauritius

Witness the most ravishing beauty of the seven colored sand
Explore Chamarel In Mauritius

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Explore Chamarel in Mauritius

The Mauritian Island is famous for luring its visitors to the unbelievable beauty of the Chamarel on its western coast. The enticing charm of the seven colors dyeing the soil is indeed a sight no one wants to miss in the lap of the pious nature. A living silhouette of the rainbow sticking down the feet is what pulls the tourists from around the world to come, explore the Chamarel of Mauritius and return back with the most ravishing memories of an extraordinary landscape.

The visitors are also hypnotized by the rippling sound of mighty waterfalls flowing down the huge rocks and unlevelled land, each of which has millions of mythologies attached. Hence, the beauty of the rainbow-colored sand dunes is indeed a sight no one wants to miss.

The Terres de 7 Couleurs

“The Terres de 7 Couleurs” or the seven colored earth is known for flaunting the charming shades of red, brown, violet, green, blue, purple and yellow. The wonderland stretching up to 4kms in length has been a result of spontaneous chemical reactions below the mantle of the earth. These have been preliminary identified as "Basalt Gullies", which has with time converted into soil.  

The most striking feature about it is that even if the colors are churned and mixed, they are known to separate from each other. A few meters away from the pristine layers resides a reserve park where the visitors can get a glimpse of gigantic tortoises.

Chamarel Falls

Not just the destination, the route leading to the seven colored earth is praised like the walkway to heaven. With lush green landscape peeping through the sky scaling mountains, the beauty of the scenery is accentuated by the ruffling waters of Chamarel Falls flowing down the mighty rocks.

Black Gorges National Park

Home to a varied species of endangered fauna, it is also recognized as the largest national park of the Mauritius. Apart from the pink pigeon and the Mauritian Kestrel, the park reserves numerous red deer and roe deer. Besides the flying foxes and wild boars, even the Macaques and butterflies feel safe to reside in the lap of protected nature.

Rhumerie de Chamarel

Amidst the mighty mountains of Chamarel, the distillery of Rhumerie de Chamarel is specifically praised for sugarcane cultivation. A stroll down its factory and an attached museum, also acknowledges the visitors with the various eco-friendly procedures of the production of rum.

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Where is Chamarel?

It is a village in Rivière Noire District in western Mauritius.

Why should I visit Chamarel?

The area features dunes comprising sand of seven distinct colors, which is a natural phenomenon. 

What activities can I enjoy near Chamarel Falls?

One can indulge in zip lining, hiking, horseback riding, biking, and bird watching.