The Seven Colored Earth(s) (Terres des Sept Couleurs in French) are a geographical development and noticeable vacation spot found in the Chamarel plain of the Rivière Noire District in south-western Mauritius. It is a moderately little region of sand rises including sand of seven particular hues (roughly red, cocoa, violet, green, blue, purple and yellow). The primary element of the spot is that since these diversely shaded sands suddenly settle in various layers, hills obtain a surrealistic, striped shading. This marvel can likewise be seen, on a littler scale, in the event that one takes a modest bunch of sands of various hues and combines them, as they'll in the end separate into a layered spectrum. Another fascinating element of Chamarel's Colored Earths is that the rises apparently never disintegrate, disregarding Mauritius' heavy tropical downpours.