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I am Brazilian, piscean and traveller. Working as a yacht stewardess gives me the oportunitty to be close to the ocean, which is where I always wanted to be. This blog is the result of a desire to share my life with people who are seeking for a new adventure and also to help those who cross my path. Welcome to my world!
Isle of Pines: a perfect holiday destination
Looking for a perfect paradise destination? Then Look no further
02/03/2017 - Updated on 07/04/2017 02h39

The Isle of Pines is only one of the islands that comprise the New Caledonia archipelago. In order to get there, take a domestic flight - it's only 30 minutes long - and schedule yourself i order to spend a few days there. There are some cute options for accommodation. Unfortunately, I had to return on the same day because I didn’t have much time available.
The name of the island actually comes from the fruit, since there is no shortage of pines there and they provide even more charm to this heavenly place.
We flew to the island early in the morning. Upon landing, the transfer driver took us to the starting point of our trek through the tropical forest. However, we only reached our destination 30 minutes later, when we arrived at the Upi Bay beach. That was the start of our adventure with a canoe ride to a famous local natural pool.
The canoe was a guiga model. It has a sail and, thanks to that, we could sail over unbelievable blue waters without much effort. The entire ride was amazing. When we arrived at our destination, everything felt like a fantastic dream. The place is surprisingly beautiful! Imagine a giant aquarium filled with colorful fish! That's the scenario for this natural pool.

The entire ride meets any expectation you may have for a tropical island: waters with the perfect temperature - fresh -, fish everywhere, calm locations, vibrant colors and, of course, the charm of the pines. 


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