Isle of Pines
The Isle of Pines is only a twenty minute flight south of Noumea, but a whole other world away. Famous for its tall native pines and stunning deserted beaches, the Isle of Pines offers something for everyone. Take a walk around the island, snorkel, dive, meet the local people or simply relax and spend your days on tranquil white sand beaches, swimming in crystal clear lagoon waters. This beautiful corner of New Caledonia is often referred to as the “Jewel of the Pacific.” Come and discover for yourself.
When to visit
The climate is tropical. Hot and humid from November to March with temperatures in the high 20’s to low 30’s. And a cooler, drier period from June to August with temperatures in the low to mid 20’s. You can swim and relax all year round.
Some popular Isle of Pines Packages
Take the ultimate road trip across unique tribal areas, unspoilt nature and tropical paradise of New Caledonia. From Noumea, drive towards Bourail, Poum, Hienghene, Poindimie, and La Foa to uncover the time-honored tradition of Melanesia and its extraordinary beauty and diversity.