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Seven Colored Earths

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Chamarel, Mauritius
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Reviewed today via mobile

We visited this nature's wonder as part our day tour. It is an amazing geographical formation in a small area of sand dunes consisting of seven distinct colours. As the different coloured sands settle in different layers with natural contours and slopes, it looks as...More

Thank Madan Gopal M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

While on Tour in the South of the Island we visited as it was recommended by friends. Amazing how the different colour sands don't mix. Location accessible by vehicle. Shop available to purchase curious and soft drinks

Thank Jeffthehangman
Reviewed yesterday

The place is smaller than I expected, plus it seems overrated to me. There was supposed to be a village, but they saw coloured earth and decided to make it a tourist attraction instead. There are many other places to see in Mauritius, e.g. Ygrettes...More

Thank AgnieszkaMMM
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We expected 'just some sand' as other hotel guests had told us, but on the day we went, it was very sunny and you could clearly see the different colours. It was very fascinating and pretty. You can easily get there by car and as...More

Thank rate101
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you like staring at piles of different coloured dirt on your holiday, this is for you. Otherwise, avoid.

Thank TerryWhit
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The seven colored earths are nice indeed. Interesting. But the tortoises are held quite poorly. Sad. Please do something about this. Thank you.

Thank Harry S
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Make sure you dont miss this attraction while in Mauritius. This place is unique, natural place, with amazing views. You cannot find anything like this elsewhere.

Thank Anna609
Reviewed 3 days ago

It's a nice stop-over for 30 minutes. The earth looks great in the sun, plus you can see turtles in the same place. There's a nice coffee place where you can sit, sometimes you can observe sugar syrup being made from sugar canes in the...More

Thank Peter L
Reviewed 3 days ago

Chamarel seven colors of the earth. Must see attraction make sure you do not miss this attraction as it is unique of its kind.

Thank Aroy22
Reviewed 4 days ago

4 stars because this is a rare natural occurrence, though the colours are less vibrant than we'd anticipated and the whole site is comparatively small. Worth a visit for its geological rarity - combine with a visit to Chamarel which is nearby. They also have...More

Thank steamfan007
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17 June 2017|
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Response from Harjot | Reviewed this property |
not very well signposted, probably require SatNav to get there as its secluded
2 March 2017|
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Response from Geomacg | Reviewed this property |
yes that is easily do-able, and you can fit in a nice lunch too :-)
Aditya E
9 November 2016|
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Response from ABs44 |
Rs125 pou Mauricien