257 Isle of Pines (New Caledonia) Cruise Reviews

my favourite port! swam in the ocean and took a nice long walk, was amazing.
my favourite port! swam in the ocean and took a nice long walk, was amazing. Read Less
Sail Date November 2016
Beautiful, despite the overcast and cooler conditions. Water colour needs to be seen to be believed! It's as beautiful in real life as it is in photos.
Beautiful, despite the overcast and cooler conditions. Water colour needs to be seen to be believed! It's as beautiful in real life as it is in photos. Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
There are some lovely markets to buy little gifts from and the locals are very hospitable
There are some lovely markets to buy little gifts from and the locals are very hospitable Read Less
Sail Date October 2016
Just swam & lazed on the beach , a very beautiful part of the world. A few stalls run by the locals (clothing & souvenirs). Another stall selling a very limited selection of food + 1/2 grilled lobster $35 aud (very small though), ... Read More
Just swam & lazed on the beach , a very beautiful part of the world. A few stalls run by the locals (clothing & souvenirs). Another stall selling a very limited selection of food + 1/2 grilled lobster $35 aud (very small though), then further down the beach ( hidden beneath the palm trees) a restaurant selling very expensive alcohol & food. Read Less
Sail Date April 2016
Great snorkeling, beautiful fish, warm water. We also did a bus tour here. $20 for a tour around the island including photo stops at 8 stops - great value.
Great snorkeling, beautiful fish, warm water. We also did a bus tour here. $20 for a tour around the island including photo stops at 8 stops - great value. Read Less
Sail Date March 2016
Beautiful island! On one side we just swam and felt the soft, white sand and then on the other side we snorkelled. There isn't much coral too see but it was still fun. I saw some fish, squid and a sea snake (don't worry, although ... Read More
Beautiful island! On one side we just swam and felt the soft, white sand and then on the other side we snorkelled. There isn't much coral too see but it was still fun. I saw some fish, squid and a sea snake (don't worry, although poisonous, they can't do you any harm unless you put your hand down their throat) Read Less
Sail Date March 2016
Amazing Blue green waters and soft fine sands, swam and relaxed on the beach all day, favourite island and port, could have stayed here for days
Amazing Blue green waters and soft fine sands, swam and relaxed on the beach all day, favourite island and port, could have stayed here for days Read Less
Sail Date March 2016
This is largely a beach day although there were local vendors offering bus or small group tours at the end of the wharf to see some of the further beaches and historical sights. Prices were around $25 Australian dollars. I suggest ... Read More
This is largely a beach day although there were local vendors offering bus or small group tours at the end of the wharf to see some of the further beaches and historical sights. Prices were around $25 Australian dollars. I suggest taking your own snorkel equipment. We snorkelled just off the beach - head right at the fork in the road at the end of the wharf area and walk about 200m. If you head left at that fork there is an amazing swimming beach. Read Less
Sail Date February 2016
Gorgeous waters, excellent snorkelling..beautiful people..And great homemade food..Don`t know how many times I heard people off the ship criticising how the locals were cooking..and that they might get sick!! For gods sake!! Stay on the ... Read More
Gorgeous waters, excellent snorkelling..beautiful people..And great homemade food..Don`t know how many times I heard people off the ship criticising how the locals were cooking..and that they might get sick!! For gods sake!! Stay on the ship!!! The food was delish, and no I did not get sick.. The Bougna was delish!! Read Less
Sail Date February 2016

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