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8 Hours
Availability : Jan 23 - Dec 23
Min Age : 2+
Max People : 200
Tour Details
  • Pick up from hotel at 09.00 AM (depending on the coast)
  • Visit of the La Vallee Des 23 Couleurs
  •  Visit of the Baie Du Cap – Scenic Route
  •  Visit the Maconde Viewpoint
  •  Visit the Le Morne Village
  • Visit of the Black River Scenic Route
  •  Back to hotel

Departure & Return Location

From Hotel depending on the coast.

Departure Time

Pick up from hotel at 09.00AM (depending on the coast).

Price Includes

  • Only Taxi Fares

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Lunch Expenses
  • Entrance Fee
Terms & Conditions
  • A Full Day tour is 8 hours and starts from the pick up time from the accommodation to the drop off time.
  • A Half Day tour is 6 hours and starts from the pick up time from the accommodation to the drop off time.

Stop 1La Vallee Des 23 Couleurs

La Vallee de 23 couleurs is situated at Chamouny in Mauritius and it has been established since July 1998 and engaged in the business of eco-tourism. The Nature park spreads over 450 acres of land and revolves around the fauna and flora that abound in the park and it is a great place to enjoy a selection of nature trips and fun activities.

The visit to the reserves includes:

  • The visit of Green Valleys
  • Hills
  • Lakes and Waterfalls
  • Volcanic ashes
  • 23 colored earth
  • Garden
  • Restaurant

Stop 2Maconde Viewpoint

Maconde View Point is in the south west of Mauritius where you will be able to view a stunning coastal view. The region is well known for its natural beauty and its wild, rugged coastlines.

Stop 3Le Morne Village

According to the villagers, the earliest area to be inhabited by the ex-slaves was the place referred to as “Trou Chenilles”. Other areas to be later inhabited were “Four a Chaux”, Macaque, L’Embrasure, Coteau Raffin and Dan Zak”. In 1945, after a cyclone the population of the village of Trou Chenilles and the inhabitants around the mountain were moved and relocated near the football ground and at l’Embrasure. In 1960, after the passage of cyclone Carol the people were then moved to the actual area of the Le Morne Village.