Very lush and green drive through to the sands and tortoises. Very enjoyable with interesting Interpretation boards to inform you about conservation as well as the earth
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The coloured earth is not as vast as expected. Be sure to walk all the way around the walkway as the colours of the earth show up better at different angles through the day. Very good cafe with affordable prices.
Interesting to see the different coloured earths, but try to go on a dry day if possible; other people who went on wetter days didn't see the colour changes quite as clearly. The tortoises are cute and like to pose for the camera, so make...More
We hired a car for the day (we thought we should do something other than blissfully swim and sunbath) and visited the Seven Coloured Earth on a lovely sunny day. The sun definitely added to the unique effect and in our opinion was well worth...More
When we started out from flic en flac where our hotel was ,it was pretty sunny. However by 11am it was cloudy n by the time we reached up it started raining heavily. Hence couldn't go for the ziplining activities. Please always check the weather...More
Not all that really but interesting and worth seeing as part of a trip to the stunning waterfall which is in the same place (pretty much). There's a cafe and some giant tortoises which are cool (and the cafe has good food). Main advice here...More
A stop here if in the south is probably a must. Despite all the reviews, good and bad you'll want to see this place yourself. It's smaller than I imagined but interesting none the less. Although completely natural it looks almost like it was manufactured....More
Our travel guide for Mauritius advised not to go there, but it sounded intriguing and a few pictures on the net looked promising enough to try anyway. The result is one more review to advise you to save yourself the time and the money (about...More
Stopped here on my travels around the island as i had read about them before i arrived. When you first arrive it is slightly underwhelming but as you move around the site and the angle of the sun changes then you see the many colours...More