Parc Provincial de la Rivière Bleue

Land-based activities

Information and booking:

A park for nature lovers to see and learn all about New Caledonia’s fauna and flora.

  • Parc de la Rivière Bleue
  • Yaté 98834
  • Tel : +687 436124
  • Fax : +687 436134
  • Open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 7am to and closed each Monday and 1st of January, 1st of May, and 25th of December. Vehicle admissions are allowed only before 2pm.

A park for nature lovers to see and learn all about New Caledonia’s fauna and flora. Hiking trails that are accessible to all the family. An exhibition area for finding out about this natural wealth. You will have the opportunity to spot cagou birds in their natural habitat. It is possible to camp in the Park but it is – for example – mandatory to partially “take down” your tent when the morning comes. Barbecue fires are tolerated (unless otherwise stated at the entrance), but it’s forbidden to pick up dead wood.

To know :

    Provided services :

  • Park (nature reserves, forests etc.

  • Cycling/mountain biking

  • Hiking

Excursions :

Outing
Tree-climbing adventures and overnight tree camping Tents suspended in the trees with LOISIRS CONCEPT
Guided Canadian canoe trips H2O Odyssée
Canoe-kayak Rental through SUD LOISIRS and AVENTURE PULSION
Mountain bike Rental through SUD LOISIRS
Bushwalks along the many marked tracks and mountain bike trails
Excursion en 4X4 TOUTAZIMUT
Birdwatching Guided tours CALEDONIA BIRDS

Rate :

Outings/activities CFP Dollar
Entry fee - normal rate
Per person 600 6
Group / per pers. 450 4
Annual subscription 3000 29
Entry fee - reduced rate (student, +60 y/o, 6-17 y/o, person with reduced mobility)
Per perso 300 3
Group / per pers. 250 2
Annual subscription 1500 15
Family (3 children max) 1500 15
Accommodation CFP Dollar
Camping
Per night / per pers. 400 4

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Certificate of Excellence 2018
tripadvisor
#1 of 4 things to do in Yate 97 avis

"Pristine and clean" 11/07/2018
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 … Read full review

"The real New Caledonia " 15/06/2018
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 … Read full review