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Things to remember to visit Pins island

16 March 2020
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ÎLE DE PINS, 5 TOPS CHOSES À FAIRE

Things to remember to visit Pins island

Known as the “jewel of the Pacific”, the Isle of Pines is one of the most spectacular islands in the Pacific. Surrounded by white sands, turquoise lagoons and its Araucaria signature, this evocative and exotic landscape, of ancient botany and raw beauty, is dotted with pine forests. Things to remember to visit Pins island.

To really get away from it all, book a few nights on the Isle of Pines, which is a twenty-minute flight or two and a half hours by ferry from Noumea. Her beauty is such that the photos will not do her justice.

Here you will find a very relaxed lifestyle, characterized by the smile on the faces of the locals and their talent for never rushing time.

Things to remember to visit Pins island:

 


 

Swim or snorkel in the crystal clear waters of the oro natural pool.
Take the most beautiful and heavenly postcard you have ever found, jump in it, and you will find yourself in the middle of Oro’s natural pool.

No word can ever describe how beautiful this place is. Surrounded by tall pines, separated from the ocean by a coral reef, this place is magical. The Ile des Pins Natural Pool is an enclosed lagoon where time stands still.

Located in the bay of Oro, northeast of the Isle of Pines, this corner of paradise amazes everyone who has the chance to discover it.


 

Visit of the Queen Hortense cave

No visit to the Isle of Pines would be complete without a visit to the Queen Hortense cave. A short walk through lush rainforest will take you to the wide entrance and the magnificent gardens of these caves. The site concierge will be happy to share with you the story of this natural wonder, named after a local queen who, according to legend, hid in the caves for several months during an intertribal conflict.

 

 

 

 

 

Sail on a pole above the marvelous upi bay
What better way to discover the lagoon and the bays that surround the Isle of Pines, while sailing aboard a traditional pendulum sailboat.

Climb aboard your boat at St. Josephs Bay and drift through peaceful bays, guided by a local boatman and learn about the culture of the island while enjoying breathtaking views of the sea.

When disembarking at Oro Bay, you can take a walk through the rainforest to the famous natural swimming pool.



Climb n’ga peak

Climb the highest peak (262 meters) of this low island. Admire the spectacular 360 ° views of the surrounding landscape and the lagoon. It’s an easy hour walk and possible for most fitness levels. Don’t forget your camera.

The hike begins in Kuto. Remember to wear sturdy walking shoes and take lots of water and sunscreen.

Take a boat trip to nokanhui and brush island

Spend an amazing and unforgettable day in the heart of an exceptional lagoon. Feel like Robinson Crusoe for a few hours on the islet of Nokanhui. You can explore the surroundings with your snorkeling equipment and laze on the white and powdery sand. Then, we will take you to the Brosse islet for lunch where we will serve you a delicious picnic of grilled lobsters. On the way back, discover the bays of Kuto, Rouleaux, Koh Lanta, Moro, Wadaou, Saint Maurice and others.

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