See the Heart of Voh from the sky

off the beaten track - not to be missed
See the Heart of Voh from the sky

Head off to explore New Caledonia's vast range of landscapes with an ultralight aircraft experience.

Climb aboard your ultralight and take off in search of some incredible views across the island's forests, coral reef and mountains. You'll get the chance to see the Heart of Voh, an iconic site made famous by photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand in his “Earth from Above” project, where nature itself has created a four-hectare, heart-shaped clearing in a mangrove.
This maiden flight is an intense experience where you'll get a true sense of freedom.
If you just want to see the Heart of Voh you can also go up Mt Kathépaïk, either on foot or in a 4x4. With an altitude of 406 metres, the first viewing platform is high enough for you to admire the natural formation, and the view over the lagoon is breath-taking too. That being said, the outline is even more striking when seen from the sky.

The Heart of Voh