Activities around the nature

A New Caledonian biodiversity unique

Terrestrial biodiversity in New Caledonia

New Caledonia is famous for the great variety of its landscapes. From the fiery-red soils of the south to the golden savannas of the west, the lush forests of the east and the immaculate beaches of its Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia harbors a remarkably rich biodiversity.

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Nature and landscapes in New Caledonia

From valleys green with incredible flora to world-class lagoons, New Caledonia hosts a wide range of natural treasures. Discover and wonder at a land where nature rimes with opulence.

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Golf in New Caledonia

Want to experience new golf courses in a breathtaking landscape? New Caledonia is for you. Just 2 hours from Brisbane, 3 from Sydney and Auckland and 4 from Melbourne, this little piece of France and paradise for golf lovers is at a door step of his neighbours Australia and New Zealand.

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Hiking and trekking in New Caledonia

New Caledonia’s natural reserves offer visitors a wealth of recreational trails that allow you to discover the local fauna and flora. On the Loyalty Islands, enjoy the great outdoors while you go rafting, climbing or horseback riding.  Book a flight with Aircalin today and discover a unique island.

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Horseback riding in New Caledonia

In New Caledonia, horseback riding is somewhat of an institution. There’s a saying in the outback that kids learn to ride before they even learn to walk! From classic riding clubs to stockbreeding farms, New Caledonia offers a wide array of riding options. Book your flight to New Caledonia and explore the island’s amazing scenery while practicing your favorite activity!

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Biking in New Caledonia

Book your flight to Noumea and discover the New Caledonian lagoon. But if you forget the Pacific Ocean for a minute and swap your swimsuit for a pair of shorts, you can hop on your favorite bike and discover majestic inland landscapes!

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Raiding in New Caledonia

On the beach or amidst savannas, along crest tracks or across rivers, around a dam or within primal forests…New Caledonia is reputed for its trekking trails. Amateur and experienced trekkers alike come from around the world to experience the island's varied terrain and challenging tracks.

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The Grandes Fougères park

Straddling the communes of Farino, Sarraméa and Moindou, the Grandes Fougères Park (Giant Ferns' Park) is located in a large forest, one and a half hours from Nouméa. Founded in 2008, the park has a scientific and environmentalist mission, with the aim of conserving the tropical rainforest ecosystems. For the general public, it offers an excellent environment for hiking or cycling. Nature lovers will find themselves at home here.

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The Blue River Park

Together with the Parc des Grandes Fougères and the heart of Voh, the provincial Parc de la Rivière Bleue (Blue River Park) is one of Grande Terre's natural wonders. Only an hour's drive from Noumea, this is the most visited park in the country and, as such, a "must" in any trip to New Caledonia.

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