Eni Cultural Discovery


Enjoy a scenic drive from Mare to Eni Beach for Eni Cultural Tour — the best stretch of sand on New Caledonia’s southwest coast — for a few hours of discover the Eni village, enjoy a welcoming collation with melanesien dances and songs. Marvel at the turquoise waters along the way, passing sparkling Pede Bay and coral-filled Cap Wabao, as well as seeing local tribes at Tadine Village. (Always ask permission to photograph the Melanesian people.) At Eni Beach, locals welcome you, enjoy a welcoming collation with locals fruits with traditional dances and songs. After a short visit of the village and degustation of the traditional food of the island « the bougna » then you can relax at the beach for free time before go back to Tadine Port. Fresh coconuts, fruits, snacks, tasty barbecue skewers, soft drinks and local beers for purchase from stands run by the locals. Indulge in a massage or have your hair braided. And be sure to bring your snorkeling gear or rent onsite, because the enclosed, pristine lagoon features coral outcrops and scads of vibrant tropical fish.
  • Tour Code

    MEE015

  • Location

    Mare

  • Activity Types

    Cultural Events, Day at the Beach

  • Experience Types

    Beach & Water, Culture & History

  • Duration

    3 hours

  • Fitness Level

    Moderate

  • Price

    Adult from $69.99
    Children (12 & under) from $35.99

  • Snack included!

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Eni Cultural Discovery

MEE015

Mare

3 hours

Adult: $69.99pp

Child: $35.99pp


You will enjoy your time in Eni Village with a welcome drink on arrival, the visit of village, a taste of the fresh local food. 1 hour free time is offer to the passengers to enjoy Eni beach.

Yejele Beach On Your Own-Return

MEE005

Mare

20 minutes

Adult: $24.99pp

Child: $19.99pp


Be blown away at Mare’s pristine beauty, Noumea's best kept secret. Take an unguided bus transfer to Yejele Beach, a secluded stretch of pure white sand and crystal clear waters. Please be aware life guards are not on duty, swimming and snorkelling is at your own risk.