Tamarind Falls
Hiking and Trekking | Land Activities

The Tamarind Falls, also known as the 7 cascades is an adventurous hike and a complete immersion in our tropical forest. These waterfalls are among the most charming and captivating of the island. You will discover the little tracks of flourishing vegetation and dark volcanic rocks, leading to the seven waterfalls. The hike offers spectacular views upon the falls and canyons. You will also enjoy a swim in the natural pool, carved by water and appreciate a natural massage under the cascades.

Activity time and days

Meeting time: 7.50 am
Returning time: 2 pm
Monday / Wednesday / Friday


Approximately between 3 to 5 hours
Distance: 8km

Visiting Places
  • The seven waterfalls of Tamarind


  • Professional guides
  • 1 bottle of water per person during your trip
  • Not suitable for physically challenged persons
  • Minimum age 12 years old
Don’t forget to bring
  • Trekking shoes
  • Sun cream
  • Cap or hat
  • Mosquito spray
  • Bottle of water
  • Swim suit/towels
Transfer option


Good to know

The Tamarind falls is an important supply of water for the Mare Longue Reservoir, the Tamarind reservoir and the main hydroelectric power station of Mauritius.


The seven waterfalls cascade one into another, offering one of the most spectacular sites of nature.

Cancellation policy
  • No Show at departure for confirmed reservations: 100% cancellation fee
  • Cancellation 24 hrs. before departure :100% cancellation fee
  • Cancellation 48 hrs. before departure:50% cancellation fee
  • Weather conditions not suitable to clients: 100% cancellation fee
  • Bad weather -cancellation before departure: Full refund
  • Bad weather -cancellation during excursion: Partial refund
  • Transfers are at extra supplement subject to the type of vehicle booked or the car rental option booked
  • Private Transfer – Available every day (no minimum number of guests required)
  • Food and beverages are not included
  • Activity is always subject to availability and weather conditions

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