Beautiful. Great snorkeling straight off the beach near tender port
Visited: Aug 14, 2019
Gorgeous island. We went on shore early and hired a van for $20 US to take us on a 2 hour tour with a handful of other people. It turned out to be one of the best tours we have ever taken. Even stopped at a cave with stalactites. Small fee to get in so you need French pacific francs. Then we spent rest of day laying on the beach.
Visited: Feb 21, 2017
My dad almost got left behind We got called over the loud speaker ahah
Visited: Dec 22, 2017
Our favourite island. Beautiful beaches.
Visited: Dec 29, 2018
Beautiful beaches but unless you love swimming & snorkelling not a lot to do we really had a laid back day here & the weather was just perfect. Enjoyed seeing the sacred rock
There are no organised tours at Isle of Pines yet, and I hope there never will be because this is an idyllic, island paradise with the only coral-free sandy beach of this entire trip. The locals are very friendly and everything is within walking distance from the tender port (the only port where tendering was required). Magic place.
Visited: Nov 01, 2008
Expensive but a great walk around the Island
Visited: Oct 27, 2018
Beautiful snorkeling right at your toe tips. Food and drink available. On the turtle excursion the snorkeling was fantastic and the school of cuttlefish that swam by, a first.
Visited: Feb 22, 2017
Vist the city sights, the Grotto of Queen Hortense & the Notre Dame de l'Assomption Church.
Visited: Sep 21, 2014
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