Jet-skis (rental, trips and instruction)
|Mabo Jet : Mabo Jet offers jet-ski trips to see the islets near to Nouméa.
Tél. : +687 273310 - Mob : +687 871515
|Waterworld : jet ski, boat and sailing equipment rental.
Tél. : +687 549549 .
|LocaJet : Jet-ski rental by the hour or accompanied trips with instructors.
Tél. : +687 262613 - Mob : +687 777979 .
You’ll ride your jet-ski with complete freedom, in water that is always warm and crystal clear.
Many islets and other magnificent sites will be recommended to you, so as not to leave you just to your own devices: Baie des Citrons, Anse Vata, Ile aux Canards, Ilot Maître, Ile aux Goélands, the Crouy reef crossing, Ilot Larégnère, Ilot Signal etc...
Let’s not forget that a licence is not mandatory and that two thirds of people renting jet-skis have mostly never touched a set of handlebars before...
Whale-watching trip and cruise
Every year from July to September, during the Southern Hemisphere’s winter, the south of the New Caledonian lagoon sees the return of a large population of humpback whales: an opportunity to get closer to these animals, witnessing their often impressive displays.
During the rest of the year, the whale watching tour operators also offer cruises and boat trips that will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Daytime or night-time exploratory dives starting from Nouméa or out into the bush... Half-day trips in the morning (Latok Diving and Abyss Plongée) are offered every day. You can also let yourself be tempted by a night dive (early evening). They also run bush excursions (Thio, Koumac and so on...). Contact the dive centres directly for further information.
Kite-surfing, wake-boarding and stand-up paddle boarding
New Caledonia has numerous spots to satisfy any kite-surfer. Nouméa remains one of the best spots as there are regular windy conditions. In the southern lagoon, dozens of islets and wild spots also await you, but they are only accessible by boat.
Wakeboarding is an extreme sport that is accessible to all. It's a simple activity that is complementary to kite-surfing and will be enjoyed by kite-surfers when there is a lack of wind. For windsurfing, the windiest area is the bay at Anse Vata.
Whether in relaxed mode or in its more athletic version, stand up paddle boarding, affectionately nicknamed SUP, is every bit as good as the famous windsurfing and is also easy to practise in New Caledonia.
From the Grand Nord to the Isle of Pines, from the islands of Bélep to Ouvéa, from the Grand Lagon Sud to Lifou, Maré or Tiga, within the lagoon or off-shore, New Caledonia is certainly one of the world’s finest fishing destinations, both for the variety and size of its fish.