A scenic village nestled between the Riviere Noire District and Savanne district, Chamarel is a small village in the island of Mauritius. Well-known for its rustic countryside aura and chilly breeze, it is one the lowest populated areas of Mauritius.
The western hills offer a stunning backdrop to this hamlet and it is home to one of the most beautiful geological findings on the earth- the seven coloured earth. The earth exhibits seven hues in its sand dunes and is one of the top rated attractions of Mauritius. It is also a major stop en route the Black River Gorges National Park. The Chamarel Parc aventure is a recently added tourist attraction in Chamarel that you can’t miss out on your trip!
Chamarel is also used as a base to access the Ganga Talao; a Hindu pilgrimage known for its idols dedicated to Hindu gods and goddesses. Visit Mauritius during the Hindu festival of Mahashivratri and you will be amazed to observe the illuminated Ganga Talao!