Whale Watch day tour from New Caledonia
Every year during the Southern winter, the south of the New Caledonian lagoon is a refuge for these majestic marine mammals. From mid-July to mid-September, they come to breed and give birth in the New Caledonian lagoon. Go to meet these "Giants of the seas" in the form of ecotourism. A unique opportunity to learn a little more about these mammals, while following the rules of the observation charter set up by the Directorate of the Environment to limit as much as possible the inconvenience on cetaceans. It's an absolutely unpredictable, breathtaking encounter where nature decides to show us what she wants. With our experience, the entire AITO CHARTER team accompanies you from booking to observation in a safe, pleasant and friendly. From Nouméa or Prony, board one of our units, enjoy the comfort offered to you, enjoy your coffee by taking off and open your eyes to help the crew identify them. The departure from Nouméa is a more important navigation but also potentially more likely to see the whales on the road to the observation areas. Worn by the trade winds and comfortably installed, let yourself be guided by the crew who will share their knowledge acquired after several seasons of observation. Enjoy the moment, the experience is unforgettable. Back at the dock, feel free to comment on your day on our Facebook page and Tripadvisor. Your pleasure, our passion ...