Visit by Landcruiser

7751,000

Ideal for groups of 10 persons, visit the park in one of our safari Jeep.

On this group guided tour (up to 10pax) to explore one of the largest nature park in Mauritius, you will discover the endemic plants and wildlife from down the ‘Vallée des couleurs’ to the mountain heights in our four-wheel drive (4×4) after you’ve discovered the 23 coloured earth, the flora with the endemic plants, our wterfalls as well as the fauna with the java deer and other animals roaming around freely.

La Vallée des Couleurs’guided visit is the most exceptional trip to discover the southern coast of the island at a height, while enjoying a panoramic view of the south, from the south east coast bordering Mahebourg to the south west coast up to Bel Ombrewhile standing from high spots of our valley.

Description

Experience La Vallée des couleurs’ guided group visit in the comfort of one of our 10 paxfour wheel drives. Enjoy a one hour trip on the 450 acres of the nature park, situated in the South valley of Mauritius at the foot of the savanne mountain range. Enjoy this unique outdoor experience and get close to nature while discovering the beautiful wildlife of the south including our amazing waterfalls. Get your camera ready for our breathtaking viewpoints.

Learn about the geological evolution of the 23 coloured earth, the fauna and the flora from our driver/guide and sum it up with an unbelievable view of the southern sea coasts accompanied by pure fresh air which will delight your nostrils, and if you are lucky enough you may witness the abundance amount of mist making the trip more singular.

Our experienced driver/guide will answer your questions after you’veenjoyed this proximity with mother nature! Our vehicles carry a maximum of 10 visitors and the tour does not necessarily require a pre-booking, even though it is advised. This group touris very much appreciated bysmaller and bigger groups as well as families.You will be amazed by getting so close to wildflife. Enjoy the sight of the herds of Java deer roaming around.