A Taste of Paradise
A gem of the South Pacific, New Caledonia is a place of wonder, where nature and culture blend to create endless pleasures.
"Andrea did a wonderful job designing an itinerary to suit three generations of diverse interests, and was flexible and responsive to last minute changes and requests. He showed us many hidden treasures of this beautiful region that would have missed we're it not for him."
- Heather on her journey in Italy
A possible, beautiful itinerary for you
You arrive in Nouméa after a long flight. You need some time to unwind. Fortunately, the moment you check in Le Meridien, you find a world of hospitality and tropical pleasures. The food, the drink, the evening breeze, it is all fresh and sweet. You feel relaxed and allow New Caledonia to pamper you: body and spirit.
Sail to Your Adventure
Sailing the blue waters of the South Pacific is an interesting prospect. Your private Catamaran is a luxurious way to discover the deep-blue shores and white beaches of this enchanted archipelago. At your leisure, you can kayak, snorkel or fish. You do all three! And then, after a turn of the sails, a skyline unlike any other appears: The Isle of Pines. Captain Cook saw it in his travels. He did not land on it, but it made an impression. You soon find out why. Read more
A Mysterious People
The Kanak people welcome you with warmth and hospitality. Their culture is fascinating. Most of them practice western religions, but they keep some characteristics of their ancient beliefs: a deep reverence for nature. You could say, they are some of the best environmentalists. The bougna, a fish and fruit dish, is one of the most delicious you have ever tasted.
Island living is concentrated near to the sea. However, you want to discover what inland treasures New Caledonia hides. You mount your horse and uncover a natural world that is precious and unique. In Blue River Park, you find plants and animals that do not exist anywhere else. As it turns out, when this Island separated from Australia many millions of years ago, a different age was preserved within its shores. Close to Paradise, indeed.