Parc Provincial de la Riviere Bleue, Yate
(4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
Once nearly destroyed by lumber and mining operations, Parc Provincial de la Riviere Bleue is now a protected reserve re-growing a number of endemic plant species. Due to the soil's high levels of toxic minerals, the plants thriving here have adapted unusual survival habits. Begin your tour and learn about the native plant life's struggle to survive at the visitor center. The park also boasts giant kaori trees and shelters many bird species, including the cagou. Plan to visit Parc Provincial de la Riviere Bleue and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Yate attractions using our Yate vacation trip planner.
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  • I quite agree with the opinion of Loïc R. about this park. Less than an hour of NOUMEA, it is possible to spend a day of peace and rest in a place in the respect of nature and, what is more, perfectly maintained. The reception at the entrance is perfectly organized and the very low price... because the ticket gives access to several different places, including the falls of the Madeleine. He even was offered a "senior" special rate while we had nothing! Comfortable fares to picnic near the river where you can also swim. In short, a place to attend without moderation, with family or with friends, you are tourist or resident.
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  • Huge natural park containing all of the endemic species of New Caledonia. VT T or rental scooters to take advantage of the marked trails bordering the Blue River where wind through the hills offering a breathtaking view of the Valley. We were lucky enough to come across several cagous, the emblematic bird of New Caledonia. The drowned forest visit kayak, absolutely surreal experience.
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  • I won't repeat the other glowing reviews of Francoise's tour - I agree whole-heatedly. The tour is a full-on, full day tour with constant information covering bio-geography, geology, natural and human...  more »