La Vallée de Ferney shelters one of the very last nature sanctuaries in the island.
It provides a habitat to a variety of indigenous species, many of which are rare or threatened. La Vallée de Ferney is a 200-hectare reserve where ambitious projects to restore the flora and fauna of Mauritius are being conducted. It provides an unforgettable experience in a unique place, where the pleasures of hiking are associated with environment protection. By visiting La Vallée de Ferney, you are actively contributing to the preservation of the biodiversity of Mauritius.
Every day at 12pm, our team feeds a kestrel family. The kestrel is the Mauritian falcon, which is protected and can only be found in Mauritius. It was in danger of extinction in the past. Fortunately, thanks to the work of the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation and the National Park Conservation services, the island counts around 400 kestrels including 15 pairs within La Vallée de Ferney. The visitors coming to La Vallée de Ferney will be able to see them just a few yards away. This is unique in Mauritius.
The ticketing for activities has to be done at “Falaise Rouge” (a restaurant), where you have the opportunity of enjoying a meal.
Monday to Sunday: 09 00 - 17 00