Parc Provincial de la Riviere Bleue, Yate

#5 of 9 in Nature in Grand Terre
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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  • August 16, 2017
    A park beautiful, well organized, well signposted, beautiful views, picnic and camping areas, shuttles for you file at the bottom of the Park, a variety of activities. In short, a great idea to ride on the day or more to apprehend another image of Caledonia
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  • August 15, 2017
    We went to the park with our bikes, and for a small amount (400CFP by adult - free child) we borrowed trails leading to the drowned forest. It was pretty and Nice. 6 and 8 children have done well despite a few upgrades and were happy but tired of their ride. Possibility of Spades fuck and bathe in the River (when it's hot!)
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  • August 10, 2017
    Nature with a capital N! Here everything is beautiful. Many hiking trails for all profiles (the altitude in the Park even ranging from 160 m to 1250 m), make that everyone finds happiness. The walks to the choice by mountain bike, canoe, walk and even with a shuttle. A part of the Park can even be made with your car. The price of admission for the day is unbeatable really: 400 FP 3.35 euros for an adult and half price for children, seniors over 60 years... The staff is top at the counter for the ATV rental where we really take the time to learn at best. And you will have the chance to spot the cagou. You know this bird endemic to the island and emblem of New Caledonia. Do not miss!
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