La Vallee des Couleurs, Chemin Grenier

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Adventure across the varied terrain of La Vallee des Couleurs, a reserve rich in nature and geological features. The 23-colored earth--a vibrant patch of volcanic rock and sand--dates back millions of years to the eruption of the Bassin Blanc, its coloration the result of chemicals cooling at different temperatures. Across the extensive reserve you'll find a deer park, native plants such as wild orchids, Trochetia, and bouquet banane, along with pink pigeons, monkeys, and tortoises. Head for the zipline to see the park from above. Using our custom trip planner, Chemin Grenier attractions like La Vallee des Couleurs can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • The visit to the reserve includes: the visit of Green valleys, Plateaus, Hills, Lakes, Waterfalls, Rivers, Volcanic ashes, 23 Coloured Earth, endemic and Indigenous Flora and fauna and access to the m...  more »
  • Enjoy the nature with Buggys or Quads or a simple jeep tour. Get to see awesome landscapes and breathtaking views. Enjoy couple of waterfalls on your way!! Get a glimpse of the 23 coloured earth. Eith...  more »
  • Its a valley created from volcanic reactions from the past.. the sands have beautiful colors to it. a photo spot. A good walking trail. and beautiful birds eye view of the beaches.  more »