Port de Kuto

Port de Kuto


4.0
11 avaliações
Excelente
4
Muito bom
5
Razoável
1
Fraco
0
Péssimo
1

Bernard D
Villeurbanne, França2 459 contributos
Port situé dans la magnifique baie de Kuto.
dez de 2019 • Casais
Après 2 heures et demie de traversée depuis Nouméa, le bateau arrive le long du quai du port de Kuto. Ce quai permet d'avoir une belle vue sur la magnifique baie de Kuto, dont la plage est un prototype des plages idylliques, dont les photos illustrent les magazines des agences de voyages. Elle est faite d'un sable blanc très fin, abrité sous des cocotiers et des pins colonnaires majestueux et qui donne accès à une eau limpide et turquoise, où il n'est pas rare d'apercevoir quelques poissons. Certains jours, des marchands ambulants vendant des vêtements et des souvenirs, s'installent entre le quai de débarquement et la plage de Kuto.
Escrita a 23 de dezembro de 2019
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*kt*
1 071 contributos
海からの玄関口
abr de 2018 • Família
海からのアクセスの場合にはこちらがイルデパンの玄関口になるかと思います。桟橋があり大型客船が停泊していました。イルデパン滞在中何度か訪れましたが、ある時は客船からの人で賑わっていたり、ある時は全く人がいなかったりといろいろな姿を見ることができました。
Escrita a 6 de maio de 2018
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Brian O
1 contributo
Just drop in
jul de 2017 • Amigos
Great spot to just drop into. Friendly staff that welcome the casual visitor for a drink, coffee or a meal. Acceptable pricing and good food.
Escrita a 16 de julho de 2017
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Amelie S
Jonzac, França775 contributos
Whaou
jan de 2017 • Casais
Après la traversée en bateau depuis Nouméa l'arrivée est extraordinaire dans une baie à couper le souffle, le débarquement est très authentique. On accède aux deux plus belles plages à pied très facilement.
Escrita a 8 de janeiro de 2017
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Krystil64
Costa Dourada, Austrália10 contributos
Crystal clear waters and interesting trees
jul de 2016 • Amigos
If arriving in the Port of Kuto, Isle of Pines, New Caledonia by tender boat you will find it is only a very short stroll to the pristine white sands of the beach. Tour guides line the road offering opportunities to traverse the island and discover its history and culture. On the side opposite the main beach is a beautiful inlet with mini-islands offering the chance to swim with tropical fish and view the coral gardens. Access to this area is through a mysterious looking forest of unusal trees twisted in all sorts of configurations. These are not the majestic looking Pine trees that the island is so well known for but they are equally as impressive.

Along the beach the local people greet visitors with cultural dances and the local delicacy - bougne which consists of fish or chicken with taro and other vegetables cooked in leaves.

Although Captain Cook discovered the island in 1774 he never disembarked and with the arrival of missionaries in the 1840's the French later took possession to establish a penal colony, the remnants of which can still be seen on the island.

Overall, the Isle of Pines is a very pleasant place to visit for a short relaxing stay but if you are looking for more action you will find the activities are limited.
Escrita a 26 de julho de 2016
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Mina P
Inverkip, UK7 939 contributos
Nicknamed -The closest island to Paradise
mar de 2015 • Casais
L'Île-des-Pins = Isle of Pines is an island of Pacific Ocean in the Archipelago of New Caledonia, French overseas territory.
The island was discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 who named it after the local tall pine trees (Araucaria columnaris). The French conquered the island in 1853 and in 1872 turned it to a penal colony, sending 3.000 political deportees from Paris.
Great sandy beaches, transparent emerald waters with tropical fish and corals. A lot of pine trees but also banyans and bugny trees. Ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving, it has a lot of strange creatures like the world's largest gecko (rhacodactylus leachianus), a kind of lizard.
It's surrounded by the New Caledonia Barrier Reef. Most of the 2.000 inhabitants are native Melanesian Kanaks, who will dance to welcome you.
Kanumera Bay has the Sacred Rock and wonderful sandy beaches. It's a pleasant walk from the pier and it's proper for snorkeling around the rock.
Escrita a 13 de fevereiro de 2016
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Tatyron
Noumea, Nova Caledônia3 contributos
PARADIS
jul de 2014
Je ne dirais pas beaucoup de chose à part "endroit paradisiaque" !!! Sable blanc, on y mange bien...
Escrita a 1 de junho de 2015
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FrequentTraveler696
Bowling Green, KY1 033 contributos
Beautiful beaches.
mar de 2015 • Casais
Ile des Pins is a French South Sea island near New Caledonia. We were at the beaches of Kaa Nuë Méra and Kuto Bay. These two beaches are separated by a little isthmus, are in protected bays and both were beautiful white sand and aqua colored water. We stopped at this island while on a cruise because these two beaches were very nice for snorkeling, sun-bathing and swimming. While there, some of the island residents played their local instruments and performed their local dances. The economy is only sustained by the tourists that visit, so don’t expect a lot of amenities. My rating above is for the beaches only.
Escrita a 18 de abril de 2015
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ピロピロピロ
Osaca, Japão481 contributos
壮大で美しい湾
jan de 2015 • Casais
イルデパンで一番メジャーと思われるクト湾はやはり大きく広がる湾で沖には大型船も停泊していました。有名なホテルクブニーもありイルデパンを代表する湾であること間違いなし。
Escrita a 28 de março de 2015
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masterviewer
nouméa38 contributos
On est bien loin du paradis !!!
Nous avons fait escale il y a quelques jours en baie de Kuto, ma fille était malade et avait besoin de soins urgents. Nous avons désespérément cherché un taxi mais aucun d'eux n'a accepté de nous emmener au dispensaire à plusieurs kilomètres de là. Nous avons été voir des habitants de la baie, accueil hostile et parfois agressif, on nous a dit qu'on avait qu'à se débrouiller si on venait ici ! C'est donc à pied, plus d'une heure trente de marche que nous sommes allés au dispensaire, ma fille malade dans les bras. Lamentable ! On a même eu droit aux insultes, jets de pierre et de morceaux de bois. Fuyez cet endroit, ce n'est plus le paradis, c'est devenu l'enfer!
Escrita a 10 de abril de 2012
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