Isle of Pines

Visiting somewhere new is always a thrill. Wherever you are, with an open mind and a willingness to try things, you can't fail to have a good time. It's always wise to learn a bit about an area first, and Isle of Pines is no exception!

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Isle of Pines Vacation Packages

Do you consider yourself a bit of a beach fanatic? It'll come as good news that the region is blessed with some fantastic coastal destinations. You can stop at Kuto Beach, 3 miles to the southwest, and Yate Beach, 35 miles to the northwest.

Travelers enjoy a stop at Pic N'Ga.

If you're keen to explore more of the area, you'll find Vao 3 miles to the south and Oro Bay 4 miles to the northeast.

Get a feel for the array of culinary traditions in this area by exploring a selection of local dishes.

Eat your way through the region and you'll uncover some of the most prized dishes. Sweet potatoes and yams are popular components in specialty food.

Civet de rousette (bat stew) and huitres de paletuviers (small mangrove oysters) are two popular meals you might like to order.

Excite your tastebuds with a local specialty, mint chocolate mousse, for a sweet encounter that will leave you wanting more.

You shouldn't leave without having a taste of coconut milk, a non-alcoholic beverage loved by the locals.

Impress those who live here by practicing a handful of practical phrases in French during your travels. "Je viens de.." is French for "I come from..". "Comment est-ce que vous vous appelez ?" ("What's your name?") is also good to know.

If you'll be in the area on the 14th of July, remember that this day is a significant day of national celebration. It's called Bastille Day.

As your time here finishes up, bid New Caledonia a teary "Au revoir / À bientôt."

If you're looking for the nearest airport to Isle of Pines, it's 90 miles to the northwest.

Accommodation in Isle of Pines

Those coming to Isle of Pines should book in advance for a hotel, as currently there are only very limited numbers of Expedia-listed Isle of Pines lodging options to choose from.

The following Isle of Pines lodgings are worth considering, the Le Méridien Ile des Pins and Oure Tera Beach Resort

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