Chamarel Waterfall, Chamarel

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  • Address: Black River, Chamarel, Mauritius
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Waterfront, Waterfall, Family And Kids, Nature
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About Chamarel Waterfall, Chamarel

Tucked between Terres de 7 Couleur’s entrance gate and seven coloured earth is this another bounty of nature. Chamarel waterfalls are a beautiful sight nested between already pretty surroundings. Thanks to the torrential and tropical rains of Mauritius, these waterfalls are never dry and plunge 95 metres in a single drop! With prior reservations you can take a tour down the waterfalls to its base pool! 

Chamarel Waterfall Information

  • Wear water proof shoes.
  • Carry a rain jacket.

How To reach Chamarel Waterfall by Public Transport

  • Rented car, taxi

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  • A nice view on a waterfall and hundreds of people being there. Impressive, but the view is from the other side of the valley. Combined with the 7 coloured earth interesting but nothing special. It is promoted heavily over the island, but there are more things to be seen. So if you are time constraint, better think twice if that is needed.

  • Amazing! Worth the detour! But with that visit you won’t be able to get close to the waterfall. It’s just a view. I suggest going to the Black River Gorge Park. Nice place in any case!

  • Chamarel Waterfall (also referred to simply as "Chamarel Falls") cascades more than 300 feet downward into a lush gorge. These enchanting falls are located on the island of Mauritius, which sits in the Indian Ocean roughly 700 miles due east of Madagascar. Ecotourism is an expanding industry here, as this volcanic island is home to extraordinary landscapes and marine life.

  • Had a great visit, lot of rainfall the days previous led to a powerful drop of water. Worth the trip.

  • Beautiful sight... Is on the way to chamarell 7 color sand.. can either go by cab or trek... It's long walk though

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