Cruise of The Hienghène Bay and Mangroves– Departing from Hienghène

Highlights

  • Incredible views

  • Educational tour of the Hienghène mangroves

  • Comfortable boat

  • Information from your guide on the history of New Caledonia

Essential info*

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* All details will be sent to you upon reservation

Description

Discover the beautiful area of Hienghène from the water during this sea and river cruise.

Leaving from the Koulnoué tribe, sail around the Bay of Hienghène and make the most of the information and commentary given by your guide (in English or French).

From the sea, enjoy an incredible view of the famous "broody hen" of Hienghène, the famous rock formation which you can usually only see from the coast. Admire up close The Lindéralique rocks and discover the bay and village of Hienghène from the sea.

From the river, discover the mangrove's rich and varied vegetation. This tour is a fantastic way to see the traditional canoes and catch a glimpse of the village houses. 

Good to know

  • Availability: every day (excluding exceptional dates)
  • Time: 2pm
  • Duration: 2 hours approx.
  • Departure point: Koulnoué Village 10km from Hienghène (4 hours 30 minutes from Nouméa)
  • Language: French and English
Cancellation Terms & Conditions

No charges will be levied for cancellations made more than 7 days before the date of the activity (excluding special dates). After this, the following charges will be levied:
Between 7 and 4 days prior: 50% of the price
After this time and in case of a no-show: 100% of the price
Any reservation made for special dates cannot be cancelled, modified or refunded.

Cancellation policy terms and conditions

Price includes

  • Two hour cruise around Hienghène bay and its mangroves
  • Information from a local guide throughout the cruise

Not included

  • Tips (optional)
  • All other extras

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