On the Isle of Pines – just 20 minutes by air from the capital city Noumea – you can
- relax beachside at a flash resort (3, 4 and 5-star)
- engage with Kanuk culture (bonne cuisine, dancing, craft markets)
- experience a “hut” homestay or camping on the lagoon
There are long, gorgeous beaches and tiny islets that attract day trippers. But if you fall in love with the place and pace, stay a while and soak up the culture and the out-of-the-water and farm-grown food and spices.
Laze by the turquoise-blue lagoon, snorkel in a natural aquarium, walk the rainforest paths, enjoy refreshing juices by the hotel pool, go kite flying or kayaking – as much or as little as you want on this stylish, sophisticated and pristine spot in the South Pacific.