New Caledonia

New Caledonia
Prepare for a Yacht Charter adventure in New Caledonia cruising the world's largest lagoon, a haven with vibrant coral reefs and a kaleidoscope of tropical fish.

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Get ready to discover the magnificent wonders of New Caledonia! Picture this: a vast archipelago with over 140 islands, including the breathtaking Isle of Pines and the mesmerizing Loyalty Islands. From the 400 km long Grande Terre to the turquoise lagoon, every corner of this 18,500 km² paradise is bursting with vibrant culture and pristine nature. Imagine idyllic deserted beaches, diverse flora and fauna, and a special connection with the friendly locals. With smooth roads and incredible landscapes, every moment in New Caledonia promises to be an unforgettable experience. Explore Hienghène, the Isle of Pines, Noumea, the Great South, and the enchanting Loyalty Islands!

Upi Bay on the isles of Pines

Get ready for a mesmerizing adventure at Upi Bay! This stunning destination in New Caledonia is often likened to the magical Ha Long Bay in Vietnam. Picture yourself gliding through turquoise waters on traditional outrigger canoes, surrounded by enchanting coral rocks that seem to float effortlessly. As you cruise along, keep your eyes peeled for delightful encounters with turtles, rays, and playful dolphins. Upi Bay is an iconic paradise just waiting to be explored!

The Domaine De Deva in Bourail

This expansive 7,800-hectare paradise, nestled between the majestic sea and towering mountains, is a haven for thrill-seeking outdoor enthusiasts. Whether it's conquering rugged mountain biking trails, embarking on exhilarating horseback rides, or simply strolling through nature's wonders, this destination offers it all. The breathtaking 360° vistas from the mountain ridges will leave an indelible mark on your soul.

Mouli Beach

Get ready to be amazed by the stunning Mouli Beach on the breathtaking island of Ouvéa in New Caledonia! This beach is a true paradise with its pristine white sand and mesmerizing crystal-clear waters. Also, don't forget to check out the iconic Mouli Bridge, the vital link between the northern and southern parts of the island. Get ready for an unforgettable island adventure!

Rock formations and the Hienghène's Hen

Hienghène's "brooding hen" and other limestone rock formations are icons of New Caledonia's East Coast. A taboo place for the local inhabitants, these unique formations can easily be seen from the road, kayak, or boat on the water.

Hearth of Voh

The Heart of Voh is a mesmerizingly unique mangrove swamp that gained global fame after Yann Arthus-Bertrand captured it in a stunning photograph. The most thrilling way to experience its beauty is by soaring above it in a gyrocopter or microlight aircraft.

Isle of Pines natural pool

Check out the excellent Natural Pool in Oro Bay, the Isle of Pines crown jewel! Picture an open-air aquarium surrounded by beautiful columnar pines, where you can encounter a variety of vibrant, multicoloured fish up close and personal. You only need a snorkel, mask, and fins to dive into this dream setting and be amazed by the marine life!

The Tjibaou Center

Get ready to be amazed by the stunning Tjibaou Cultural Centre in Noumea! Designed by the renowned architect Renzo Piano, this extraordinary cultural hub showcases the rich heritage of Kanak and Pacific arts and culture. With its innovative design, captivating museum, vibrant concert hall, and extensive multimedia library, the Tjibaou Cultural Centre is an absolute must-visit for anyone passionate about delving into the fascinating history and traditions of the Kanak people.

Lékiny cliffs

Don't forget to take the breathtaking sight of the majestic limestone formations and explore the mysterious caves on a guided walking tour at Lékiny Cliffs. And when you visit, make sure to experience the thrill of snorkelling in the crystal-clear water at the base of these stunning rocks!

La Roche Percée & Turtle Bay

Get ready for an adventure at La Roche Percée Beach! This popular spot, next to the cliffs and the famous "Bonhomme," is a haven for surfers and photography enthusiasts. Picture yourself surrounded by columnar pines, listening to the soothing sound of the waves at Turtle Bay. It's a beach of unmatched beauty and tranquillity that will leave you breathless!

Kiki Beach

Get ready for an adventure! Picture this: Kiki Beach, a hidden gem nestled at the base of Lifou's majestic cliffs on the west coast. A thrilling half-hour trek through the lush forest leads you to this breathtaking stretch of white sand, bordered by crystal-clear, turquoise waters. It's like stepping into paradise!

Jewels of Luengoni

Discover the breathtaking wonders of Lifou, the largest of the Loyalty Islands! Make sure to explore the magnificent Luengoni Caves for a unique adventure. Delve into the heart of the underground caves, where you can snorkel among the mesmerizing stalagmites and stalactites. It's an experience like no other!

Peng Beach

Discover a serene oasis of calm and relaxation at Peng Beach in Lifou. This hidden gem boasts a picturesque beach and secluded tranquil creeks. With its peaceful atmosphere and uncrowded shores, Peng Beach is the perfect place to witness the breathtaking sunset.

Casy Island

Discover the 40-hectare nature reserve called Casy Island, which once housed the tribes of Ouen Island and the Prony prison camp. Situated near the impressive Prony Needle, this reserve offers a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the beauty of New Caledonia's Great South.

Jokin Cliffs

When you're in Lifou, you can't miss the breathtaking sunset view from Jokin Cliffs, followed by a refreshing dip in the sparkling, crystal-clear waters below.

Poingam Beach

Prepare for an incredible adventure in the far reaches of New Caledonia's Grande Terre! Make your way to Poingam Beach and immerse yourself in the feeling of being at the edge of the earth. It's a unique opportunity to escape from everything and experience something extraordinary!

Tibarama Islands

"Discover the stunning, perfectly shaped island off Poindimié in the East Coast lagoon of New Caledonia. Dive into the magnificent seabed and explore the underwater world through snorkelling or scuba diving. It's an adventure waiting to happen!"

Swim in the natural pool of Oro Bay

Get ready for an adventure at the Oro Bay swimming pool, a stunning natural aquarium with crystal-clear water and vibrant schools of fish. This hidden gem is nestled in a coral basin, protected from the ocean currents, bordered by majestic New Caledonia pines and a pristine white sand beach. You can embark on an unforgettable journey to reach this paradise by following a trail north of the Isle of Pines or gliding through the waters of Upi Bay in a traditional dugout canoe.