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Bonjour! If you took a walk along the streets of New Caledonia with your eyes closed, you just might think you were in France. Then again, you’d probably bump into a lot of stuff with your eyes closed, so keep them open—it’s also the only way you can take in the unique culture of this French territory.
What are you waiting for? Load up a phrasebook and some kaneka music to the iPad and you’re ready to hop on one of ourNew Caledonia flights.
Your accommodation in New Caledonia can give you tips on getting a shuttle to Noumea, about 40km south of La Tontouta International Airport (NOU). Booking a rental car on lastminute.com.au is also a great option if you plan on exploring outside the capital city.
Noumea gets going early—morning arrivals will catch the freshest bread and liveliest scene at the market on Rue Georges Clemenceau. Settle in with a chocolate croissant and watch the show.
The main island has one of the biggest lagoons on the planet, and if you can’t wait to jump in, book one of ourflights to New Caledonia that arrive in the afternoon. Head to the beaches of Anse Vata and get ready to make friends with the fishes—and hilarious-looking sea cows.
Night owls can skip the flippers and put on their dancing shoes. Baie des Citrons keeps the beat going—or should we say beats. You’ll find everything from Top 40 to reggae to zouk (if you have to ask what it is, you probably can’t handle it).
In any country, to live like a local is to eat like a local, and lastminute.com.au’s New Caledonia holiday packages will leave you with plenty of cash to spend on stuffing yourself silly. The country’s Loyalty Islands churn out fresh prawns, oysters and lobster faster than Beyonce churns out hits.
Ça vous dit? (That’s French for ‘You up for it?’ ) Check out cheap flights to New Caledonia on lastminute.com.au so you can save your cash for beachside dining and somesnazzy snorkel gear.
Advantages: 1. Turtles were good to view from room. 2. Was a quiet place. Disadvantages: 1. Not that exclusive everyone just rocks up. 2. Rooms and facilities as a whole are very old, gardening is a foreign concept. 3. Breakfast wasn't that good. Run out of some foods and just didn't restock. 4. ...
1 Nov. - 2 Nov.
Quiet rooms with great views. Good location and Malongo Cafe has Melbourne style coffee.
11 Nov. - 12 Nov.
Lovely hotel. Stunning location close to the natural pool and right on the beach. Meals and drinks were expensive but that was to be expected given the remote location and lack of viable alternatives. A bit of a trek from the Intl Airport in Noumea with all the transfers. Difficult to get good information ...