We have been to this place today and needs few mins to explore. I read in trio advisor that some people booked a tour. Nope, it is not needed. You pay a fee in the entrance, you stop in the waterfall (5mins) then you enter...More
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If you are in the area and it's very likely you will be if you travel around Mauritius then have a look but I wouldn't go out of my way for it. As others have said the colours are not that distinct and it's only...More
The colored earth I guess is a must see in Mauritius but I guess I was expecting a lot more from this As u can see from my pictures I was truly hoping to see something more different that what expected It is a long...More
As part of a tour of the southern part of Mauritius, this is a very interesting place to visit. The colours of the ground are ‘eerie’, but the giant tortoises gave us more enjoyment!
just the coloured earth and a few tortoises. it looks much better in the pictures than in reality. you have to see this if you are in the area
Dont waste your time and efforts for going this 7 colored sand .We visisted this place recently . its only good for other activities like zipline [shortest route only as for longest route we saw that people were dragged from middle by staff :P ]...More
Surprisingly the Lonely Planet is dismissive of this attraction. I think they are just plain wrong! Having travelled extensively we often experience the reaction of "nice but we have seen better". In this instance we could not think of anything similar we have seen anywhere...More
this is an absolute tourist trap, well organized but very little to see, but looking the amount of visitors, its marketing works well