Cap N'Dua

  • Cape
Route du Col de Port Boisé Port Boisé 98809 Mont-Dore
Take a walk through the heart of a biodiversity reserve and watch humpback whales from Cap N’Dua, an unmissable Great South attraction!
The Cap N’Dua nature reserve was created in 1972 by the territory of New Caledonia to preserve the area's biodiversity following intensive mining activity. It is one of the few protected land areas with a coastline. Its biodiversity is exceptional and includes maquis shrubland, rainforest, mangrove forest and diverse wildlife. Close to the customary lands of the clans of the south, this reserve is on the edge of the Great Southern Lagoon, an area listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in...

Services

Health trail
Picnic area
Themed path
Car park
Free car park
Restaurant
Tour free of charge
Fast food

Openings

All year

Monday
Closed

Tuesday
07:00 - 16:00

Wednesday
07:00 - 16:00

Thursday
07:00 - 16:00

Friday
07:00 - 16:00

Saturday
07:00 - 16:00

Sunday
07:00 - 16:00

Visitors are admitted until 3pm. * Subject to favorable weather

Location

Cap N'Dua
Route du Col de Port Boisé Port Boisé 98809 Mont-Dore

Spoken languages

  • French

Environment

  • Isolated
  • Sea view
  • Panoramic view

Access

  • Take the Route de Yaté to La Madeleine Waterfalls and then Port-Boisé. Or from Mont-Dore take the Col de Plum (Plum Pass) and then the Col de Prony (Prony Pass) to Port-Boisé.
Updated on 09 January 2024 at 15:11
by Sud Tourisme Nouvelle-Calédonie
(Offer identifier : 5456185)
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