Enjoy the green with your “feet in the water”, and a relaxing cocktail at one of New Caledonia’s three (and soon four) exceptional 18-hole golf courses. Lying at the foot of the majestic Tjibaou Cultural Centre, just minutes from downtown Nouméa, the Tina Golf course offers a par of 72 with a 5,600 meter course which changes at the mercy of the trade winds and extraordinary landscapes, from the mountains, to the lagoon, through to the mangroves.
The Grande Randonnée (or GR - great hiking trail) is a marked hiking trail which crosses the red terrain of the Great South for 120 km and can include several stops. More trails are available throughout the country
Lovers of horseback riding can have their adventure, crossing the chain or admiring the plains of “niaoulis” trees. Whether on a west coast cattle station or in one of the many riding centres in Nouméa, horseback riding is part of New Caledonia’s culture.
Mountain bikers will have fun on the tracks of the Blue River Park in the South or in the Grandes Fougères Park in the mountain range near La Foa.
Running is a national sport in New Caledonia especially on the Promenade Pierre Vernier in Nouméa, the “runners’ highway”.
Tennis players will enjoy the Ouen Toro courts, 2 min walking distance from Le Méridien Nouméa. erties. This is an original form of homestay tourism.
Rain Forest Adrenaline Runner
A guaranteed family adventure favourite: Accrobranche (a tree-top adventure area), is also practiced here. Zip line, Monkey Bridge, Tarzan jump; enjoy the freedom and childlike play, while exploring the Caledonian rainforests.