La Vallée des Couleurs Nature Park in Mauritius is home to a unique geological feature
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La Vallée des Couleurs Nature Park in Mauritius is home to a unique geological feature – a landscape with 23 colours dating back millions of years following the eruption of the Bassin Blanc volcano. Discovery of the 23 shades of Earth in the Park in the late 1990s helped establish La Vallée Des Couleurs as an important destination for Eco-Tourism in Mauritius.
The 450-acre Park teems with indigenous flora and fauna that have made the Park their home, spread across the varied landscape – from mountains to valleys, plateaus to plains. Adding to this utopian yet real imagery, majestic waterfalls cascade into shimmering pools.
With so much beauty to absorb, for the best views, tree-top heavens open up. A flight across the Vallée along the Park’s 1.5 km long zip line – the 3rd longest in the World – promises a stunning bird’s-eye view.
The Longest Nepalese Bridge in the Indian Ocean – suspended at 350 metres – offers a thrilling and completely secure skywalk.
For more down-to-earth activities, there are plenty of quads and buggies to choose from for an adventurous drive along wooded paths to watch Nature come to life in all its glory.
It’s no surprise that La Vallée Des Couleurs is a popular location. Not just for leisure but it’s also an in-demand choice for film and music video shoots, including the Siddharth Malhotra-Shraddha Kapoor starrer Ek Villain.
La Vallée Des Couleurs is committed to creating lifelong joyful memories. Visitors can expect to enjoy the thrill of discovery around every corner of the Park which hopes to soon count itself amongst one of the World’s best resorts and theme parks.
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