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After hearing and reading amazing reviews on the Park, we were looking forward to the contrasts of colours, spotting the Cagou bird in the wild and casting our gaze upwards to the Kauri trees...
Perhaps our lonely planet wasn’t explicit enough, or perhaps we didn’t...More
Well worth the effort. We set out from Kanua tera to drive the first 50 or so km to Blue River Provincial Park, known for being one of the last areas where the kagu, an endangered bird which has become a symbol of New Caledonia,...More
A shwery day and few visitors, but with our birdwatching guide Isobelle Jollit, we had a magic day. 13 cagous! Plus thanks to our guide a dozen special endemic birds seen really well, including Crow Honeyeater. Apart from the underwater reef, this is New Caledonias...More
Throughly enjoyable and well worth the visit. We hired a tandem bike and took a picnic, the flora from wetlands to rain forest is beautiful and filled with insect and bird song. Just before the canoe site I noticed green spray paint on the rocks...More
For those not afraid of a good hike and want to see the real nature of New Caledonia then this is a must visit!
Crystal clear waters, lush green forests contrasting on red rocky dirt it has it all.
We used the shuttle to get...More
My family and I spent a day at the blue river park. The kids enjoyed the river. We got to see the kagou from so close, as if we were no there. Amazing bird in a beautiful tropical forest. Next time we come we will...More
I would love to have gone there, but due to a bit of wind and rain it was closed for a couple of days. It is supposed to be the best birding spot in New Caledonia, and we very much wanted to go, but it...More
The park came highly recommended, we were not disappointed.
Arrived too late one day to do anything much but we're given very helpful information from the lovely lady at the park entrance.
Chose to do a mountain bike and kayak combo. Top choice.
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 history. I lapped it up! I would go back to camp in one of...More