The Heart of Voh site is open to the public and offers free access. However, public transportation doesn’t extend to this remote location, so renting a car is advisable unless you opt for a personalised guided tour. From Nouméa, prepare for a scenic drive of just under 4 hours covering approximately 300 km. Once you reach the commune of Koné, several options await you to reach the Heart of Voh. While a microlight or gyrocopter flight from Koné aerodrome offers a remarkable experience, you can also access the site via a 4×4 (either guided or self-driven) or embark on a hiking adventure to reach a promontory 700 m above sea level.
- If you choose a gyrocopter adventure, ensure you empty your pockets and secure your camera with a wrist strap to prevent mishaps during the flight.
- Prior to your visit, check the weather forecast, as optimal visibility of the mangrove’s heart relies on sunny conditions.
- For the best viewing experience, consider starting your day early.