Wild South West
Chamarel Waterfalls & Seven-Coloured Earth –La Rhumerie de Chamarel –Lunch –Black River Gorges –Grand Bassin – Mare aux Vacoas – Trou aux Cerfs
The scenic drive along the west coast via Tamarin including a visit of the Museum, leads into the southwest corner of Mauritius. After passing through Le Morne, La Prairie and Macondé, the road curves back into the mountains to the picturesque Village of Chamarel. Visit the Seven coloured Earth and the highest waterfall (90m). Visit La Rhumerie de Chamarel, which produces some of the fi nest rums in the world (tasting included). After a delicious lunch, the road leads up to high plateau and the viewpoint over the Black River Gorges, home to most of the island’s endemic flora and fauna. The sacred lake, Grand Bassin, is the most important place of worship for Mauritian Hindus. The final stop will be at the Trou aux Cerfs crater with a 360o view over the island.