Travel alongside Noumea’s city bays and through its old neighborhoods up to the Michel Corbasson Forest Park. At 548 feet, the park covers 85 acres, 20 of which are open to visitors. There are several ponds and lakes, which are home to a large variety of native wild birds. In the company of your guide, walk along the paths of this peaceful sanctuary, which offers a glimpse of the flora and fauna of the South Pacific, especially the birdlife. Among the many species in the park, you may see the Cagou, a bird which is the symbol of New Caledonia, but which cannot fly and whose song is often mistaken for a barking dog! Watch the Cagou feeding and find out more about this emblematic bird.

Included in the tour

  • Transport by bus
  • English-speaking guide
  • Park entrance fees