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Isolated, like its neighbour Farino, Sarraméa is a mountainous village situated in the Grande Terre’s central mountain range, 120 km north of Nouméa. Green and floral tourism have developed to the great joy of those who love nature.
Located in Sarraméa, a municipality in the north-west of New Caledonia, about 120 kilometers from Nouméa, La Cuve du Trou Feuillet is an ideal site for a delicious, refreshing swim or a picnic in a nice shady place.
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While the size of New Caledonian lagoon invites you to explore and appreciate the mysteries and natural splendor of the sea, the New Caledonian archipelago also calls for you to discover its land! Put on your walking shoes and a comfortable outfit and get ready to explore a region of the world that is still partly unexplored.
Between the North, the East and West Coasts, the New Caledonian bush has many faces. To the east, the Kanak gardens are an oasis of sweetness and rest. The West Coast is the kingdom of stockmen and large cattle farm. Once a year experience this universe for yourself at the famous Bourail Fair.
Hitting the road is one of the best ways to really experience New Caledonia’s beautiful and diverse ‘Grande Terre’. Not only is it easy to pick up a rental car at the international airport or in Nouméa, but New Caledonia’s well-maintained roads and signage make enjoying a road trip around the island a breeze. Plus, travelling around New Caledonia by car allows you the freedom to stop off whenever you like, meet the villagers, each with their unique culture and customs, and to see those remote unspoilt areas that are rarely visited by tourists.
Many Caledonian hikers will tell you: the walk towards the Dogny Plateau and the paths that cross it are among the best-loved of local people. Others will even tell you that it's the most-beautiful hike in the territory.
The smallest town in New Caledonia is also paradoxically known for its festival celebrating the giant Bancoule worm! This is also the land serving as a gateway to one of the territory’s most beautiful parks, Grandes Fougères.