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New Caledonia Travel Guide

New Caledonia, Travel Guide – General Presentation

New Caledonia is without doubt one of the most exotics places on Earth. It is located in the South Pacific Islands, comprising a series of smaller and larger islands. The bigger island is represented by Grande Terre and the smaller ones are made up of Belep, Loyalty Islands, Ile des Pines, etc. This amazing country is situated east of Australia and at west of Vanuatu, the latter claiming possession over two inhabited islands which belong to New Caledonia. The Coral Sea surrounding the islands makes it one of the most beautiful places ever seen. The landscape is breathtaking, with coastal plains and mountains, the highest peak reaching almost 1,600 meters.

New Caledonia has been colonized by the French people and in 1986 it was given the freedom whether to remain under the dominance of France or to become an independent state.

The capital of this unique country is Noumea, its largest city and the economical, political and cultural center. The official language is French and the local currency is the CFP franc.

New Caledonia, Travel Guide – What to Do/ Visit

If life gave you the chance to visit this isolated and exotic country, you should definitely begin your adventure by admiring its capital, Noumea. As any New Caledonia Travel Guide calls it “the Paris of the Pacific”, once you land here, this beautiful city will welcome you with the most exquisite French restaurants and shops that will make your stay a perfect one.

After admiring the unique architecture, making acquaintance with the locals and taste the delicious traditional food, you should definitely visit the breathtaking islands that make up this amazing country. You can begin with Ile des Pins, a unique place with golden beaches and azure lagoons. Because the Tropic of Cancer crosses this land, the weather is perfect for getting a nice tan and enjoying the warm water. However, you should avoid the interval from December to March when heavy rains are taking over the life of people living in this area. The next stop should be at Mont-Dore, where you will make acquaintance with the cultural heritage of these unique people. As its climate is perfect for any activity you might want to do, this place is perfect to be visited any time of the year. It is here that you will find about their agitated but glorious past and you will hear stories about how gold was found by those longing to become rich.

New Caledonia has so many beautiful places to visit, that only a complete New Caledonia Travel Guide can offer you a complete list of the amazing places you can visit.


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Noumea, New Caledonia

Located 664 miles away from Nadi, Noumea is the capital city of New Caledonia which is one of the French territories. The city was discovered by Captain Cook and it is shaped like a cigar. This city was considered to be a part of France in 1853. The city is a great example of the French and Melanesian tradition....  Read more »




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