La Vallèe des Couleurs at Chamouny is a great place to relax and enjoy different types of activities. The Valley of Colors Nature Park has been operational since July 4, 1998 and actively participates in ecotourism. The discovery of the colored earth at the end of the 90's, exposed in the bands and domes of the domain, constitutes a unique geological characteristic in this part of the world. This feature, the very signature of La Vallée des Couleurs Nature Park, is an important milestone in the continued development of the tourism industry in Mauritius. The nature park's intriguing attractions, which cover more than 450 acres of land, focus around the park's abundant indigenous flora and fauna. The range of natural landscapes, with its plateaus, plains, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, ponds and pools, unfolding within this verdant amphitheater offers an unforgettable experience to visitors. Unique in the Indian Ocean islands, the geology museum, houses a large collection of artifacts that trace Mauritius' geological history as well as that of Vallée des couleurs natural park. The natural waterfalls cascading into the musical melodies in vast pools of clear water offer a sense of peace and harmony with nature. The Valley of Colors Nature Park has become an enticing attraction for Mauritian and international visitors in recent years. The nature park continues to develop a variety of activities in line with its central theme as a nature park with the aim of making it the most attractive destination in Mauritius.