A winding road leads from Case Noyale to the coloured grounds of Chamarel: an fantastic landscape of contrasting shades of colours. The different shades of blue, green, red and yellow are the result of the erosive volcanic ash. The waterfalls of Chamarel rise out of the moors and plant life. A rare beauty not to be missed. Some cafes have been recently established in the Chamarel where you can dine on typical Mauritian cuisine.
Tamarin is naturally the heart of salt production in Mauritius.
Located in Rivire Noire district, the bird reserve encompasses over 25 hectares and houses more than 140 bird species from the five continents. Also included are fish ponds, tigers, tortoises, monkeys, deer and many orchids.
Yemen Reserve is not the largest game reserve on the island, but you will not want to miss a vist there. Get close to the herds of deer while admiring some of the species of Mauritian fauna. A few rustic food stands are available in the reserve provide an perfect view of the sea. There you can sip a local drink while watching the sunset.