Parc Provincial de la Riviere Bleue, Yate

#4 of 8 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. With our online itinerary creator, Yate attractions like Parc Provincial de la Riviere Bleue can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Arriving at the Park, you are spoilt for choice at the level of activities, works, lives, canoe, swimming in the river and less than flying over the Park it is impossible to do everything in one day. Plan a picnic and drinks, Weirdos with tables and bans are installed to rest or lunch. If you move you discretely you will encounter the cagous. The views are spectacular. The Shuttle takes you to the different places if you don't want to walk too much. Late in the day the shuttle driver checks that he recovered well all visitors and he will not leave without being sure that he forgot no one.
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  • Beautiful visit than the Blue River, there is still a detail that has bothered us, accessibility to the river by car, not enough signs, otherwise everything else is great, we got several times to the Cagou emblematic bird of the new Caledonia, a great area for pic - fuck and access to the River to bathe. But as it was not rained for several months, no water, the forest was drowned not, too bad, otherwise no complaints.
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  • My companion and I were coming by motorcycle, because nobody told us that only cars were allowed up to the bridge of Perignon. Fortunately, we met a couple who brought us all the way. We then hired bicycles (in half day rate) to begin the journey of 10 km to go (i.e. 20km ROUND-TRIP). We were a little disappointed because it was expected to see a beautiful River all along, except that it was completely dry. It took to complete end of track to finally have a beautiful river and beautiful Pebble. Whatever it is, very nice site, very nice track, and a good tired late in the day for a good night!
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