At the southern end of the main island, the colour palette changes to red due to the oxidized metal rich soils of the Deep South, where specific vegetation thrives. This is a unique opportunity for you to explore this pristine and unspoiled landscape. You will cross the biggest reservoir of freshwater in the area, called “le lac de Yaté” (Yaté Lake). You will see amazing scenery, generated by the well-known Yaté hydraulic dam: the drowned forest. Sparsely populated but very large, the town of Yaté should not be missed. It hosts various natural sites, including mysterious areas, desert-like and almost lunar landscapes. You will take a break with your guide to lunch, right in front of the lagoon. At the Goro tribe, you will cool off in the waterfall, enjoying at the same time the beautiful sea view and a refreshing swim in a nice water hole.
- Air conditioned vehicle
- English speaking guide
- Food and beverage
- Personal expenses
- Operating Days: Everyday
- Duration: 8 hours
- Pick up: Your Noumea Hotel at 9:00
- Drop off: Your Noumea Hotel at 17:00
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