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Once upon a time… La Vallée de Ferney

La Vallée de Ferney shelters one of the very last nature sanctuaries in the island.

It provides an unhoped-for safe haven to a great variety of indigenous species, many of which are rare or threatened.

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In the south of Mauritius, La Vanille Nature Park lies on 3.5 hectares of luxuriant vegetation where you can find geckos, macaques, deer, mongooses.

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Spreading over a surface of 250 hectares, Casela World of Adventures has successfully established itself as the leading attraction of the region for both locals and tourists. The park is home to 1500 birds, giant tortoises, Bengal tigers, cheetahs, white lions, lynxes, servals, hyenas, dromedary camels, pygmy hippos, white rhinos, giraffe and many more species.

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Since the 23-coloured earth was discovered on the 4th of July 1998, «La Vallée des Couleurs Nature Park» has become a famous and unique attraction of the island, which fascinates Mauritians as well as foreigners.

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The biggest natural and private reserve in Mauritius, rich in a fauna and a protected wild flora.

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Float through one of the best preserved ebony forests in Mauritius on a guided tour along our raised walkways. Discover some of the last remaining rare endemic birds, such as the Mauritian merle and Flycatcher. For those who enjoy hiking, there are various trails with spectacular views of the western and southern coast.

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