New Caledonia Waterfalls
The New Caledonia Waterfalls page is where we share the waterfalls in this South Pacific French Territory that we’ve personally visited. These waterfalls were kind of remote attractions in that seemed to be way off the beaten path from the bustling city of Noumea, where most of the population and the activities happened.
Therefore, the waterfalls were definitely features that we had to earn our visits for. In any case, as you can see from the waterfall map above, we only managed to visit a handful of waterfalls, which all resided on the main island of Grande Terre (which itself was said to be the third largest island in the South Pacific behind those of New Zealand).
We should have visited more waterfalls, but all of the ones we attempted to visit in the North Province required a lot of attention and a good deal of figuring things out (which apparently we didn’t do a good job of in hindsight). I guess that was the price we paid for not following our own pre-trip process.
Nonetheless, just the pursuit of waterfalls allowed us to experience a much more rural and authentic part of this French paradise. We hope we’re fortunate enough to make a return trip here to experience more of this country’s charms as well as to correct the waterfalling failures of our first trip. Yet even with such setbacks, we can still showcase our humble sampling of the waterfalls that forces you to experience a very different side of New Caledonia that few tourists get to experience…
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