'La Vallee des Couleurs' is an extraordinary place that gives you the opportunity to contemplate the most beautiful of sceneries.
You prefer nature walk rather than discovering the beauty of the nature park by zip lining or quad biking. At La Vallée des Couleurs Nature Park, you have the opportunity to make the most of the natural beauty of the park, the breathtaking views of the mountains around, the rivers and waterfalls, the forests, the roaming wild animals while doing a two-hours hiking.
Meant for adventurous nature lovers, the two hours walk includes swimming in private waterfall as well. Trekking at Vallee des Couleurs is an amazing outdoor activity which consists of walking in unspoilt natural environments. A magnificent landscape with endemic plants, waterfalls and multi-coloured earth.
The fascinating attractions of the Nature Park, spreads over some 450 acres of land and revolves around the indigenous fauna and flora that abound in the park. The range of natural landscapes, with its plateaus, plains, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, pools and ponds, unfolding inside this green amphitheater provides an unforgettable experience for visitors. The geology museum, unique in the Mascarene Islands, has a rich collection of artifacts that trace the geological history of Mauritius and that of La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park.
The natural waterfalls cascading in musical tunes into wide plunge pools of limpid waters provide a sense of peace and harmony with nature. Over the past years, La Vallée Des Couleurs Nature Park has become an irresistible destination for both Mauritian and overseas visitors. The Nature Park continues to develop a variety of activities in line with its central theme as a nature park with a view to making it the most attractive destination in Mauritius.
The Chamouzé waterfall - The sounds of this waterfall is heard from a distance. A safe footstep leads to the Chamouzé waterfall, this is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Mauritius which ancient travelers called the “ land of waterfalls and rainbows”.
Vacoas waterfall - Following the pedestrian and quad trails, visitors will find a kiosk in a strategic area which constitutes a viewpoint overlooking the south of the Island of Mauritius. The rustling sounds of falling water heralds the presence of two waterfalls nearby the kiosk.
Bois de Natte waterfall - The river below the Vacoas waterfall regains its horizontal allure for a few meters and then dips into another spectacular waterfall higher and deeper than the Vacoas fall. This is the Bois de Natte Fall, again named after an endemic plant, specimen of which visitors will come across along the valley trails.
Cheveux d’Ange waterfall - This is a very private waterfall located in the heart of the green woods and accessible by quads and buggies. The frothy braided falls resemble carefully combed hair falling on the shoulders of a lady and swaying under the light breeze.