Aventure Pulsion Kayak - Yaté

Discover kayaking tours through the unique landscapes of the Great South and the drowned forest.

  • Yaté
  • Parc Provincial de la Rivière Bleue
  • Tel : +687 262748
  • Mob : +687 789446
  • Reservation required.

Aventure Pulsion Kayak - Yaté (water sports - Yaté)

In the Blue River Park, navigate independently through the drowned forest or enjoy moonlight excursion. If you need more adventure, go to Prony and discover hot springs at Kaoris Bay.

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Other Information :

  • The entrance to Blue River Park is 400 XPF / person, except for moonlight excursion.

Outings :

Moonlight excursion on the Drowned Forest (la forêt noyée) of Yaté Lake A 2H30 minute trip in the heart of the drowned forest on Yaté Lake.
Discover the hot springs at Prony Bay by sea kayak Discover the hot springs at Prony Bay in the majestic setting of the Great South, enhanced even more from a sailing kayak.
Kayak hire on Yaté Lake Discover the famous Drowned Forest of the Great South at your own pace.

Rate :

For hire CFP New-Zealand Dollar
Hire of kayak
Per person 3000 45
Outings/activities CFP New-Zealand Dollar
Moonlight tour
Per person 5500 82
Per person (base 10 pers.) 5000 75
Bivouac per person 1000 15
Hot springs tour
Per person 6900 103

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  • Friendly, smiling, conscientious and efficient welcome
  • Promoting tourism destination image
  • Compliance with regulations and commercial relations
  • Respect for the environment

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#16 of 44 Boat Tours & Water Sports in Noumea 19 reviews

"An unforgettable experience on the forgotten coast" 23/11/2019
A fantastic trip on the forgotten coast (East of New-Caledonia), incredible spots, heavenly beaches, fabulous snorkeling. All accompanied by an expert in adventure, botanic and natural cos… Read full review

"Prony Bay Hot Springs - Do a different trip" 15/05/2019
Close to a 2 hour drive, including broken up asphalt and pot holed dirt roads. Then it’s a 6 km kayak to the “hot” springs, but they’re barely tepid, probably 27 degrees. The scenery was nic… Read full review