I found this a very interesting place to visit as I enjoy visiting natural attractions. It's a nicely set up sight so you can walk all around the earth and read information on it.
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very interesting place !! a sunny weather will be ideal in order to see the dunes !! it will not be a long visit and before or after , dont forget to visit the waterfall
The visit was positive and that it was interesting to see the natural repellent and attraction of the different colors of the soils. It's totally barren and void of nutrients, hence there is no vegetation... Why, what and how? This is surely a trip that...More
I found it fascinating what nature produces. We were lucky the day we went, the weather was on our side, so we could see the different colours well. We found it well looked after with good information boards. The tortoises was baking in the sun....More
Wasn't what we expected but amazing since the Seven Coloured Earth is in the middle of a forest. Nice pleasant walk with a coffe shop and gift shop on site as well as toilet facilities. Beautiful landscape around site and well maintained. I would recommend...More
After a long and slippery winding road to reach the entrance, you have to drive further inside to visit the waterfall then the main attraction . Probable the weather makes everything looks dull and unattractive and a few sleepy giant turtles . Those going to...More
We went half expecting to be underwhelmed by the coloured earths, but what distressed us most were the poor conditions the giant tortoises were living in. The area where they are is cramped, and I was concerned that a mixed age group was throwing sticks...More
Make sure you visit this place on a bright sunny day, we went on an ivercast day and really the earth looked like anyther dirt