Hike, ride, discover, dive or relax... New Caledonia is full of experiences that will make your heart soar. The archipelago will fuel your travel with a thousand emotions from A for adrenaline, to Z for zen!
Blue River Park is the most visited park in New Caledonia with the best selection of native fauna and flora. It is also home to the largest population of cagous in the country. A national emblem, this flightless bird has a unique barking cry. Listen out and you might just hear it!
A popular hiking destination, New Caledonia has two long-distance footpaths (Grande Randonnées) in the north and south for amateurs and more experienced hikers. The GR®1 in the North will lead you through the mountain range to the heart of the Melanesian world, from Ponérihouen to Touho. This sporty adventure also includes tribal accommodation along the East Coast!
If you're always on the lookout for extreme adventures, the Côte Oubliée is the place to go. This untouched and uninhabited wilderness between Yaté and Thio offers a total escape from everyday life. Only accessible by sea and under the supervision of a guide, you can explore this pristine region by kayak, having packed camping equipment and supplies for 4 days.
Let your inner Indiana Jones go wild as you speed around 270 hectares of private property on a quad bike. In Sarraméa, in the region of La Foa, the trails that crisscross the hills are ideal for off-road adventures. Thrills and breathtaking views guaranteed!
Embrace your inner Tarzan/Jane in New Caledonia! More exciting than swinging from a vine, the Mount Mou ziplines, suspended up to 80 metres above the heart of the rainforest, offer guaranteed thrills and breathtaking 360° views. Well worth the vertigo!
The Giant Fern Park, named for its giant ferns, is the perfect spot to discover the unique and incredible biodiversity of New Caledonia. From the town of Farino, located in the mountain range, more than 4,535 hectares of tropical rainforest can be explored by bike, kickbike or horseback, or simply by walking along its 40km of marked trails.
New Caledonia is an ideal country to visit by sea, with perfectly-preserved islets just waiting to be discovered. Those located to the south of Grande Terre are famed for their beauty. Many different day trips and multi-day catamaran cruises to explore these islets are available from Nouméa.
Nestled between the sea and the mountains of the Domaine de Deva in Bourail, the most luxurious New Caledonian golf course does not disappoint. The highly technical 18-hole course offers professional coaching and views of the stunning lagoon. Find the perfect balance between sporting fun and tranquility in the adjoining 5-star resort.