Do not miss out on the Ebony Forest Reserve in Chamarel under any circumstances. The reserve was introduced in June 2017 and gives you the chance to delve into the endemic species of Mauritius.
In a sublime setting, discover the fabulous work initiated by Owen and Mary-Ann Griffiths in collaboration with the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation and the Mauritian government to preserve 50 hectares of forest. To date, 14 hectares have been rehabilitated: the forest has been weeded, endemic plants, namely the precious ebony wood; including 7 of the 11 species in Mauritius have been successfully planted. Endangered bird species such as the pink pigeon and the Echo parakeet have also been reintroduced into the park. A real little garden of Eden to discover with your family, significant other or friends.