La Vallée des Couleurs, Mauritius
4.5 (1.535 reviews) Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Ranking #1 in Savanne District National Parks
Muddy fun on the quad bikes
Forget all your worries and daily stress. Let yourself be carried away by the mystery of La Vallee des Couleurs Nature Park! Since the 23-coloured Earth was discovered on the 4th of July 1998, it has become one of the most famous attractions for Mauritians and foreigners. Stroll on foot, trip on the of quad & buggys or discover the park by making yourself comfortable in our Jeeps. What sets us apart? Discovering the park flying up above, by using the different points of zip lines which covers the entire park and cherry on top, our 1.5 km signature Zip Line, recognised as the longest in the world and the longest in the Indian Ocean. Conquer your fear of heights at more than 80m above the forest canopy: our 2 Nepalese bridges are 350 metres of pure marvel. La Vallee des Couleurs is a pleasure for all senses: the songs of birds and the sounds of waterfalls are like the sweetest music with the picturesque view. Marvel you. It’s in our nature.
Bassin Blanc Road Mare Anguilles, Chamouny, Mauritius 61302
Monday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Friday, December 08, 2023, 11:09
4.5 based on (1.535 reviews)
5Loen Risu 5:00 PM Jul 4, 2022Thrilling activities, amazing views
We were able to do only 2 of the many activities over here during our visit - the mountain luge kart and the 1.5 KM zipline. The park itself is quite good, and also very clean. Greenery is abundant throughout the park. They also give transport between activity start points so you don’t have to walk much. If you want to explore the park though, you definitely need a quad bike (it’s a very big park). We saw the coloured earth, and even though they said it was 23 coloured earth, we thought it was the same as the 7 coloured earth in Chamarel. Entrance fee is minimal, so you can just get inside along with your group and spend time at the entrance. For the activities, the pricing is relatively high for the zip lines, while the rest are reasonably. Luge kart is a great activity which we did, and you should definitely try it. It takes only 2-3 minutes, transport to and from the entrance is short, and it is also very cheap to book. Very thrilling activity. But the main activity is definitely the 1.5 KM Signature zipline. It’s the 3rd longest in the world, and the feeling of doing it in a flying (horizontal) position is just amazing. You can easily spend a day here, but if you have other activities planned, then even half a day would be great.
5Gordon A 5:00 PM Apr 10, 2022Worth the Trip
I had seen a couple of mixed reviews before I went but was pleasantly surprised about how well organised it was. I can only talk for the quad/buggy tour and the big zip line, but I would say you get what you pay for and the quality of service, equipment and safety was at a good level. The entry/ booking of activities was pretty well organised and we didn’t experience any hard sell. I would say that standard of facilities was also pretty good and I think it has been modernised only a couple of years ago. The quad and buggy tour was not rushed and our guide Suhai(I think that’s the spelling) was excellent, he took time to explain about what we were looking at and seemed genuinely intent on making sure everyone was engaged and entertained. The waterfalls are pretty impressive and a decent range of wildlife wandering around keeps you interested. All the staff we met were friendly including the guys on the zip line who got everyone relaxed. The trip up the hill on the truck was good fun also. We went on Sunday the 10th April and there was no waiting, we didn’t experience any hard sell of anything. I would recommend it.