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We were staying around at kunemera bay. Wandered down here for a look in kuto. The beach is stunning. Crystal blueish small rolling beach surf. We didnt snorkel here but lots of people were. Kuo bugny restaurant in on the beach of you want a...More
Beautiful bay for scenery and swimming, A lot of people on cruise ship day but they looked as they were having fun. We bought some very untraditional fried chicken and rice with curry sauce from a small stall in the trees from a mother and...More
Sailing around New Caledonia and we pulled into Kuto Bay. Great place. Walked to the shop for fresh baguettes each day, walked around the peninsula, found a great boutique called Boutique Creations. The owner Cleo ( ex kiwi) was a great source for understanding the...More
Wonderful white fine sand, beautiful snorkeling just behind the beach around the sacred rock...Abundant colourful fish, coral, turtles...Frendly locals with food and drink stalls...A great morning spot...
Kuto Bay and the Isles Des Pins is a MUST visit! The beauty of this unspoiled South Pacific Isle is awesome with soft white crystalline sand, turquoise and other cool water colors, and unique spirals of pine trees! Unfortunately I was unable to travel outside...More
The cruise ships drop you at one side of this bay but most people tend to head to nearby Kanumera Bay where the snorkelling is said to be better.
However, if you prefer a relaxing swim away from the crowds follow the bay round past...More
This is the first scenery you get if you come with cruise ship. Right after you get off the tender boat..
This is not as busy as the other bay on the other side.
Nice for a picture with wide beautiful beach.
Same all over...More
This bay is on the same side of the jetty where we got off the tender boat from a P&O cruise liner.
First impression is the perfectly blue water and white sandy beach. The sand is just so fine and smooth. There were some waves...More
Isle Des Pines was our first stop on our first cruise and it was stunning. Upon arrival to the 'jetty' via tender there is a short walk to Kuto Bay past some market stalls selling the standard souvenirs. We spent most of our time at...More
Response from stevehowcroft | Reviewed this property |
We sailed there on our yacht. Getting there by ferry should not be an issue. The island has a lot of things to do. Lunch on the hotel deck overlooking Kuto bay. Hire a cycle or car from the resort behind the hotel deck... More
We sailed there on our yacht. Getting there by ferry should not be an issue. The island has a lot of things to do. Lunch on the hotel deck overlooking Kuto bay. Hire a cycle or car from the resort behind the hotel deck. Visit the boutiques near the police station. Swim in the lagoon on the bay opposite Kuto. If you have a car going to the Natural Swimming pool next to Le Meridian is recommended. You will find lots to do. The other thing we did was take a ferry to Amadee Island. That was awesome as well. Hope this helps.
Response from KiwiSummer2016 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Same side as where the boats / ferries come in (so not far from the Port). The Island is very small, but we found having a car for 1/2 a day means you can travel to see all the attractions on the Island.