New Caledonia Tourist Attractions: 13 Top Places to Visit
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Aquarium des Lagons Nouvelle Caledonie, Musée de Nouvelle Calédonie, Plage de la Baie des Citrons, Amédée lighthouse, Nouméa Cathedral, Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre, Ile aux Canards island, Jinek Bay, Anse Vata Beach, La plage de Peng, Ilot Maitre, The Chapel of Our Lady of Lourdes, Parc Zoologique Et Forestier
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New Caledonia Travel Vlog - Amedee Island, Isle of Pines, Noumea
Here's a short vlog on New Caledonia. Only spent a week here and got to explore Noumea, Amedee Island and the isle of pines. Sadly there was a lot of rain, and I mean a lot of rain!
New Caledonia Tourism - A World Apart
Distant land, land of contrasts, pristine land... New Caledonia is a diverse and unique destination. Bathed by clear waters at the heart of the Pacific Ocean, lulled year round by gentle trade winds, le Caillou (the Pebble) has more to offer than just its heavenly beaches and brilliant sunshine.
P&O Destinations: Noumea
Meet comedian Monty Franklin in our next destination video as he discovers Noumea on foot. He has a few hints and tips about what you might like to see and eat while you are in port. Whether you decide on a Shore Tour or solo exploration time, planning is key when visiting this incredible city.
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EXPLORING the BEACHES of NOUMEA (NEW CALEDONIA, PACIFIC OCEAN)
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Anse Vata is the windiest beach in Nouméa. It is not uncommon to come across Caledonian windsurfers making elegant trips in windsurf. You can also try this out by taking a class on the beach. If you don’t want as much action then kayak or paddle boarding is for you. Several providers on the beach offer introductory courses and the equipment.
Baie des Citrons - Do not look for lemons or Lemon trees, you won't find any! This quieter cove is an ideal spot for afternoon sunbathing, peeping, and for small dips in the water. The city has installed rafts on the water, to relax even more freely. Take flippers, mask and snorkel to admire the seabed on either side of the beach.
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Top 10 Best Attractions in the South Pacific
Top 10 Best Attractions in the South Pacific according to Lonely Planet.
10. Vanuatu's Volcanoes
Vanuatu is not on the average traveller's destination wish list. Head to the island of Tanna to see Mount Yasur, the world's most accessible active volcano. A tourist favourite, Tanna is also home to waterfalls and men in penis sheaths and grass skirts. If you get the chance, stay to witness one of their ancient festivals or rituals.
9. New Caledonian Coasts
New Caledonia is a collectivity of France with a particular status, it has its own laws and its own government. New Caledonia offers beaches, mountaintop fondue in chalets, camping, amazing snorkeling and diving, and fabulous French food.
8. Indo-Fijian Culture
Fabulous festivals and food provide visitors with a peek into Indo-Fijian culture. Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is celebrated nationwide in October or November. It's ushered in with nightly displays, from multicoloured spotlit extravaganzas to delicate candlelit driveways and households.
7. Tahitian Dance & Tattoos
Tahitians love to dance. The best dance performances in the country take place at the annual Heiva Festival, which is held in Pape'ete in July. During the rest of the year, professional groups offer performances at the big resorts. Tattooing, another strong cultural trait, has enjoyed a revival since the early 1980s. For many people, it's a symbol of identity.
The South Pacific offers world-class diving, with an irresistible menu of underwater treasures: luscious reefs festooned with huge sea fans, warm waters teeming with rainbow-coloured species and bizarre critters, eerie drop-offs that tumble into the abyss, and lots of pelagics, including sharks and manta rays -- not to mention the thrill of diving uncrowded sites.
5. Easter Island's Moai
Easter Island is one of the most isolated islands on Earth. Officially a territory of Chile, it lies far off in the Pacific Ocean, roughly halfway to Tahiti. Known as one of the world's sacred sites, it is most famous for its enigmatic giant stone statues or Moai whose oversized heads, carved centuries ago, reflect the history of the dramatic rise and fall of the most isolated Polynesian culture.
4. Inland Treks
Most people travel to the South Pacific for the beaches but no one should go this far without heading inland. Imagine arriving to the tip of a knife-edged peak to watch seabirds fly by at eye level, plunging into massive waterfall pools, or finding petroglyphs hidden by hibiscus next to a rushing river. And these are everyday examples.
3. Whales in Tonga
Tonga is an important breeding ground for humpback whales, which migrate to its warm waters between June and October; it's one of the few places in the world where you can swim with these magnificent creatures. They can be seen raising their young in the calm reef-protected waters and engaging in elaborate mating rituals.
2. Island Welcomes
A garland of flowers is one of the most simple yet beautiful offerings on the planet and no one gives out more of these than the people of the Pacific. Loudness and brashness are out, subtle hospitality and genuine goodwill are in. If they could give you the moon they would, so please don't ask for it.
1. Diverse Paradise
Any of these countries could be that place on a 'Travel to Paradise' poster that makes you want to leave your job and live in flip flops forever. But the South Pacific isn't just a homogenised string of palm trees and blue water. The cultures and landscapes that spread across the Pacific Ocean's vastness hold an incredible diversity, from rugged atolls to mangrove-encircled high islands and from Euro-chic capitals to traditional tribes in jungles. Each island group is home to its own sort of wonderful.
A Day In Noumea New Caledonia. Not What We Expected
On a recent cruise we stopped in Noumea New Caledonia for the first time.
What a different day. As with all ports we did very little investigating before we arrived. Instead preferring to arrive without any preconceived ideas.
This is the only port we have ever felt uneasy in when walking around. Since getting back and talking to other passengers we have heard Noumea referred to as the sewer of the Pacific by several people. We wouldn't go that far but next time we will probably stay on the ship.
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NOUMEA, EXPLORING stunning KUENDU BEACH and bungalows on stilts (NEW CALEDONIA)
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New Caledonia is a unique destination and one of the more picture perfect islands in the immense Pacific Ocean. With some of the best beaches, a great outdoor destination, excellent diving, culture and to top it all off, great value for money and awesome food, thanks to its French connection.
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Papua New Guinea, in the southwestern Pacific, encompasses the eastern half of New Guinea and its offshore islands. A country of immense cultural and biological diversity, it’s known for its beaches and coral reefs. Inland are active volcanoes, granite Mt. Wilhelm, dense rainforest and hiking routes like the Kokoda Trail. There are also traditional tribal villages, many with their own languages.
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A land of contrasts blending exotic Oceanian culture and French sophistication, New Caledonia presents an unrivalled range of landscapes, cultures and activities. Turquoise lagoons, white sandy beaches, red-soiled wilderness, lush mountains and golden plains co-exist in a gentle sub-tropical climate.
Papua New Guinea Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Places to Visit
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Nouméa, French special collectivity of New Caledonia 4K
Noumea is the capital of the French overseas territory of New Caledonia and is located on the main island Grande Terre east of Australia. At the westernmost edge of the Pacific Islands you will find beautiful beaches and colonial buildings. Tourist New Caledonia is an insider tip for nature lovers and not overcrowded. The central Place des Cocotiers, not far from the cruise port is surrounded by many shops. From the harbor you can book daily tours with the Lyvai Train (green dotto), the Lyvai biplane (red bus) or the Tchou Tchou Train (yellow dotto). The best views of the city are to be had from the Petit Notre Dame du Pacifique and the Parc natural du Quen - Toro, there are many hotels on Anse Vata Beach and the La promenade de l'Anse Vata or the Cafe strip is nice. We only spent a day in the city and in good weather you should definitely take a snorkel trip to the small island of Phare Amédée.
Noumea ist die Hauptstadt des französischen Überseegebietes Neukaledonien und liegt auf der Hauptinsel Grande Terre östlich von Australien. Am westlichsten Rand der Pazifikinseln trifft man auf wunderschöne Strände und koloniale Bauten. Touristisch ist New Caledonia für Naturliebhaber ein Geheimtipp und noch nicht überlaufen. Der zentrale Place des Cocotiers unweit vom Kreuzfahrthafen ist umsäumt von vielen Geschäften. Ab dem Hafen kann man täglich Rundfahrten buchen mit dem Lyvai Train (grün), dem Lyvai Doppeldecker (rot) oder dem Tchou Tchou Train (gelb). Die beste Aussicht auf die Stadt genießt man von der Petit Notre Dame du Pacifique und dem Parc natural du Quen - Toro, Am Anse Vata Beach gibt es viele Hotels und an der La promenade de l'Anse Vata oder dem Cafe strip kann man schön verweilen. Wir waren nur einen Tag in der Stadt und bei schönem Wetter sollte man unbedingt einen Schnorchelausflug auf die kleine Insel Phare Amédée machen.
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Top10 Recommended Hotels in New Caledonia, France, Oceania
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Top10 Recommended Hotels in New Caledonia, France, Oceania
1. Le Méridien Ile des Pins *****
2. Le Méridien Nouméa *****
3. Sheraton New Caledonia Deva Resort & Spa *****
4. Château Royal Resort & Spa, Noumea ****
5. Hilton Noumea La Promenade Residences ****
6. Oure Tera Beach Resort ****
7. Betikure Parc Lodge ***
8. L'Escapade Îlot Maître ***
9. Hotel Tieti ***
10. Hotel Malabou Beach ***
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1. Baie d'Oro, Ile des Pins, 98832 Oro Bay, New Caledonia
Set alongside the beautiful lagoon of Oro Bay, Le Méridien Ile des Pins Resort offers direct beach access, a swimming pool and a day spa. All accommodation offer a private patio or balcony.
2. Pointe Magnin, 98846 Noumea, New Caledonia
This property is 1 minute walk from the beach. Overlooking the sparkling waters of Anse Vata Bay, Le Méridien Nouméa boasts an outdoor pool and a tennis court. Just 1 km from Palm Beach Shopping Centre, it offers rooms with free WiFi and a private balcony offering lovely ocean or garden views.
3. Lot 33 Domaine de Déva, Route de Poé , 98870 Bourail, New Caledonia
Boasting an idyllic beachfront location, Sheraton New Caledonia Deva Resort & Spa offers an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre. A buffet and an à la carte restaurant are available on-site, as well as a bar. Guests enjoy free WiFi, and free bike hire.
4. 140 Promenade Roger Laroque, 98800 Noumea, New Caledonia
Located opposite Anse Vata Beach, Chateau Royal Beach Resort & Spa boasts a day spa, a tennis court, 3 restaurants and a fitness centre. It offers luxurious suites with 250MB of free WiFi, per day, per room and a private balcony with lagoon, mountain or garden views.
5. 109 Promenade Laroque, 98807 Noumea, New Caledonia
This property is 2 minutes walk from the beach. Hilton Noumea La Promenade Residences is located on l’Anse Vata Bay in Nouméa. It overlooks the sea and coral reef, and features free Wi-Fi, a fitness centre and a swimming pool (heated in winter months).
6. Baie de Kanuméra BP 170, 98832 Vao, New Caledonia
Offering an outdoor pool, 2 restaurants, 1 bar and private beach access, Oure Tera Beach Resort is located near Vao in Kanumera Bay. All air-conditioned accommodation features a balcony and satellite TV. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi in public areas.
7. Route de la Taraudiere bp 352, 98830 Bourail, New Caledonia
Positioned on 20 acres of tropical forest, Betikure Parc Lodge is located in Bourail. Guests can relax by the outdoor pool and take in the captivating mountain views, or enjoy traditional and French cuisine from the on-site restaurant. Free WiFi access is provided.
8. Bp 4918, 98847 Ilot Maitre, New Caledonia
Floating on a turquoise lagoon, L'escapade Îlot Maître offers luxurious accommodation with stunning garden and sea views. It offers beach access and an outdoor pool with a poolside restaurant.
9. 16, VU 1, 98822 Poindimié, New Caledonia
Offering an outdoor pool, Hotel Tieti is situated in Poindimié. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Free private parking and free WiFi are available.
10. Baie de Nehoue, 98826 Malabou, New Caledonia
Set alongside a private beach and beautiful lagoon, Hotel Malabou Beach boasts an outdoor pool, a restaurant, a bar and a tennis court. All bungalows offer a patio with outdoor furniture. Guests enjoy free WiFi.
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