Isle of PinesIsland of Pines
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Well-known as the "jewel of the Pacific", the Island of Pines is one of the most dramatic Pacific islets. In order to really get away, you' ll need to stay a few days on the Isle of Pines, which is a 20 minutes fly or two and a half hours drive by boat from Nouméa.
Use the most attractive and divine card you will ever find, hop inside and you will find yourself in the midst of the Oro naturopath. There is a closed laguna in the pine island's nature bath, where history stands still. In the bay of Oro, on the northeastern side of the pine islands, lies this paradise that makes everyone happy to be there.
There is no island of pines to be visited without an excursion to the cave of Queen Hortense. Walking through a blooming rain forest will take you to the broad entry and breathtaking garden of these Caverns. He will be happy to tell the story of this wonder of nature, called after a native queen who, according to tradition, hid in the cave for several month during an inter-tribal war.
There is no better way to explore the breathtaking lagoons and coves surrounding the pine islands with a classic canoe. Get in at St. Joseph's Bay and cruise the tranquil coves, led by a native guide, and get to know the islands civilization while enjoying the breathtaking ocean-view.
After getting off at Oro Bay you can take a walk through the rainforest to the renowned nature-playground. Reach the highest summit (262 metres) of this low-lying isle and enjoy the breathtaking view of the surroundings and Laguna. Situated at the top of Pointe Magnin, this Anse Vata residence offers a perfect view of the mild water of the world's largest lake.