Where to go in Mauritius | The beautiful nature of Chamarel

Chamarel, owes its name to a Frenchman, who lived in these parts in the late nineteenth century, at a time when the West “discovered “the world, and they re-baptized the place in his own image and likeness.

Chamarel

Chamarel

With the passing of the colonies time, this part of the island of Mauritus still remained sparsely populated, and a relatively natural state, especially when compared to the northern part of the island, where, unfortunately, we are seeing the usual uncontrolled building boom.

Chamarel Sand

Chamarel Sand

Here you can admire another in Chamarel Mauritius, different from the one that stands out in our imagination, with lots of palm trees, beach and sea (beautiful, of course). Here you get to admire the waterfalls, the land of the seven colors ( Terres des Sept Couleurs as we speak French), sand dunes iridescent colors, and maybe even to visit the national park of the Black River, which protects what remains of the native flora of the island. This entire place is surrounding by extensive plantations of coffee, and a beautiful landscape sloping down to the ocean.

Chamarel Miracle

Chamarel Miracle

Big turtles in Chamarel

Big turtles in Chamarel

There are cheap prices (175 rupees) in order to admire the waterfall (bring a k-way) and the lands, which were reciting, why did not the end of the beach pink, brought to rot in the four corners of the earth, in bottles of tourists in search of DIY souvenirs. There is also an enclosure where you can admire the giant tortoises.

Photo: Andy R, Winkelbohrer, Wikimedia Commons.

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