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New Caledonia Destinations

New Caledonia Destinations

A two hour and fifty minute flight from Sydney and you will arrive in New Caledonia, a French paradise in the Pacific. New Caledonia provides idyllic beaches, iconic landscapes, beautiful atolls, and a vast diverse range of marine and plant life. There are endless tempting places to visit, culture to experience, and landscapes to enjoy as you chose your journey around this unforgettable archipelago.

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  • From spectacular white sandy beaches to well-preserved historic buildings with a beautiful French feel, New Caledonia’s capital city Noumea is a perfect combination of South Pacific hospitality and European elegance. Surrounded by charming bays, Noumea sits on a hilly peninsula and offers numerous activities that you can enjoy. It's all less than a 3 hour Aircalin flight away from Sydney! Come and explore today.

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  • Visit the colonial town of Bourail, famous for its unique Pierced Rock, or picnic on the stunning white sands of Poé Beach. New Caledonia’s diverse Bourail has spectacular white sand beaches, deer farms, museums, waterfalls and nature reserves to discover, plus plenty of activities. Rent a car from Noumea or Tontouta International airport and drive north to Sheraton New Caledonia Deva Resort & Spa.

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  • The West Coast is cowboy country, with the landscape composed mainly of vast plains used for livestock farming, and a coastline dotted with mangrove swamps and shallow bays. North of Koné, make a very special stop to fly over the Heart of Voh, an iconic heart-shaped landmark immortalized by the famous photographer Yann Arthus Bertrand.

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  • Grand Terre’s East Coast is a beautiful region to discover as part of a self-drive itinerary due to its stunning scenic views. Its landscape is lush and mountainous. The coastline is edged by foothills covered in beautiful vegetation, and there are plenty of walking trails to suit all levels of fitness and time frames. Authentic and undeveloped, the area is mainly populated by the Kanak people, the original inhabitants of New Caledonia.

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  • Covering the northern tip of Grande Terre, this remote region has a multitude of beautiful landscapes, caves, mines, beaches and islets, while the mountains are rich and dense. The area is considered one of the world’s Top 5 for fly-fishing.

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  • The Isle of Pines is only a twenty minute flight south of Noumea, but a whole other world away. Famous for its tall native pines and stunning deserted beaches, the Isle of Pines' island life encourages you to unwind and relax in the midst of idyllic natural beauty.

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  • The Loyalty Islands offer a whole new world to explore, all only a 45 minute domestic flight from Noumea which departs daily.  The six islands share an incredible natural beauty and are mainly populated by the hospitable Kanak people.  Each island also has its own charm and attractions and each offers something special for those lucky enough to visit.

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About New Caledonia Islands

New Caledonia is the best kept secret of the Pacific Islands, infused with a French flavour. Read more about the New Caledonia Islands and see how we can help.

New Caledonia is the best kept secret of the Pacific Islands, infused with a French flavour. Read more about the New Caledonia Islands and see how we can help.

This beautiful French island offers a combination of blue lagoon and French city life style. The island is blessed with stunning natural landscapes and a very rich culture diversity. You will have the choice between enjoying Noumea city life or discovering New Caledonia outback on the West Coast and East Coast.

The Far North coast also offers multitude beautiful landscapes and activities. The island of isle of Pines is a truly a paradise destination to relax and snorkel.

The island is blessed with stunning natural wonders, including a UNESCO site and the largest lagoon in the world. Do not miss the Heart of Voh, a heart shape formed naturally by Mother Nature. There is so much to do in New Caledonia!

For the romantics, views of the Heart of Voh by scenic flight is a must. Set in four acres of mangrove near to the city of Kone, the perfectly-shaped heart is a unique vegetation formation.

Get lost on the North coast and meet with the Kanak culture. Rent a car to explore the harder to reach destinations in the New Caledonian Outback. Loyalty islands and Isle of Pines also remain largely traditional outside the resorts.

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