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Top 10 things to do in Noumea New Caledonia [Tips on what to see for a 1-day visit or longer stay]

Noumea is the capital city of a small French island called New Caledonia, Nouvelle Calédonie in French. New Caledonia is a tropical island in the South Pacific. It is located halfway between Australia and Fiji and is now a destination for cruise ships in the South Pacific.

There are lots of things to do in Noumea and lots of things to see in Noumea. This video features our top 10 favorite things to do in Noumea, New Caledonia. Whether you are looking for things to do for a day or whether you are staying for a longer vacation in Noumea, we've got you covered.

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1. Anse Vata:
Tuesday Dub by Silent Partner

2. Duck Island (Ile aux Canards):
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3. Noumea Aquarium (Aquarium des Lagons):
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4. Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center (Centre Culturel Jean-Marie Tjibaou, musuem built by Italian architect Renzo Piano):
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5. Lemon Bay (Baie des Citrons):
City Groove by Jingle Punks

6. Ouen Toro hill in Noumea:
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7. Moselle City Market (Marché du quai Moselle):
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8. Coconut Square (Place des Cocotiers):
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9. Noumea Maritime Museum (Musée Maritime):
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10. Noumea Zoo (home of the kagu bird or cagou in French, indigenous bird of New Caledonia:
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Top 10 must-see while in New-Caledonia

Spectacular natural scenery, jaw-droppingly beautiful islands and a unique fusion of French and Melanesian culture make New Caledonia one of the true jewels of the South Pacific. In New Caledonia, nature does not conceal its pleasures. Idyllic beaches border the largest lagoon in the world, and thick forests are home to more than 3,000 native species; the French archipelago is a promise of the exoticness. Here is our top 10 must-see while in New-Caledonia!
1. Upi Bay, Isle of Pines: The Isle of Pines is hardly lacking in magnificent bays, but Upi, if not the most visited, is undoubtedly the most spectacular. Discover its unique landscape on a traditional dugout canoe and follow the current to the stunning Isle of Pines, concealed between huge coral rocks that seem to float on the turquoise lagoon. Keep a lookout for turtles, rays and dolphins!

2. Amedee Lighthouse: No-one should leave Nouméa without visiting Amédée, the capital's most famous islet. It is home to an impressive 19th century metal lighthouse and a natural marine reserve known for its tropical fish and turtles. If you want to take a break from swimming and relaxing, the climb to the lighthouse offers an incredible 360° panorama over the lagoon and the coral reef!

3. Mouli Beach, Ouvea: Lined with stunning white sands, Mouli Beach is one of the best beaches in New Caledonia. Calm clear waters lap against the pure white sands, creating an ideal backdrop for a fun day out at the beach. Spend the day paddling and snorkelling, or set out on a walk along the beach’s long sandy stretches to admire the picturesque coastal destination in all its glory.

4. Natural Pool, Isle of Pines: The Oro Bay swimming pool is a natural aquarium, with translucent water and schools of multicoloured fish. This coral basin is sheltered from the currents, surrounded by New Caledonia pines and a beautiful white sand beach. It is easily accessible via a trail to the north of the Isle of Pines or from Upi Bay by dugout canoe.

5. Blue River Park, Great South: This is the most popular park in New Caledonia, undoubtedly the most incredible one. Located in the south of the Grande Terre, the Blue River Park promises a truly exotic scenery in a very unusual setting. Nature here has not changed for millions of years! It is also an extraordinary adventure playground with a wide range of activities!

6. Poe Lagoon, West Coast: The lagoon nature reserve, registered since 2008 as World Heritage by UNESCO, is an open-air aquarium where corals and colorful fish come together in a natural harmony. Diving enthusiasts will be amazed by the views in this clear water that has so much to offer. Kite surfers and windsurfers will be thrilled enjoying ideal conditions in the lagoon. For the bravest, discover the immensity of the lagoon from above with a skydiving jump!

7. Shabadran Terraces, Mare: To get to the site, visitors need to hike for around 2 and a half hours. Though a little strenuous (watch out for the very sharp coral!), the route offers stunning viewpoints over the coral plateaus and the island’s cliffs. When you finally reach the Shabadran terraces, you will understand why this unique white sandy beach has such an outstanding reputation. To discover with a guide!

8. Hen-shaped rocks, Eat Coast: It's impossible to miss the imposing black limestone rock that looms out of the waters of Hienghène Bay. Known as La Poule because of its striking resemblance to a hen, it has even influenced the legends of the local tribes, who made it the ancestral guardian of the region and one of the symbols of their country. To get a closer look and navigate around the surrounding Lindéralique rocks, a kayak is the way to go!

9. Giant Fern Park: The Giant Fern Park is made up of 4,500 hectares of protected rainforest. The Park also abounds with many species endemic to New Caledonia, most notably the iconic Cagou bird, which you can see in its natural environment. From a simple family outing through to thrills and adrenaline rush, the Giant Fern Park has a wide range of activities.

10. Heart of Voh: Immortalised by the famous photographer Yann Arthus-Bertrand, this striking feature has been shared around the world. The Heart of Voh was formed naturally by the surrounding mangrove. Best seen from the air, a microlight is the ultimate way to take in this memorable sight!

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New Caledonia Travel Vlog: Isle of Pines & Noumea - Top 8 Things To Do

New Caledonia: the French Paradise on Australia's Doorstep. It's known for its palm-lined beaches and marine-life-rich lagoon.
00:00 Arrive at Oure Tera Beach Resort, Isle of Pines
01:00 1. Boat Trip to Explore & Snorkel at Kanumera Bay, Isle of Pines
02:26 2. Ilot Brosse, Isle of Pine
02:43 3. Walk to the Oro Bay Natural Pool, Isle of Pine
03:05 4. Snorkel at the Oro Bay Natural Pool
04:01 5. Boat Rowing & Snorkel at Oure Tera Beach Resort
04:52 Check in Hotel Le Lagon, Noumea
05:16 6. Visit Aquarium des Lagons, Noumea
05:35 7. Plage de I'Anse Vata Beach, Noumea
05:43 8. Wind Surfing at Plage de I'Anse Vata Beach
06:17 Favourites photos of the trip


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.

5 of the most beautiful beaches in New Caledonia

New Caledonia is world famous for its unrivalled lagoon and paradisiac beaches. In the city or nested in a hidden spot, beaches in New Caledonia are blessed with soft white sand, crystal-clear water and fascinating sea life. The surrounded unspoiled nature adds a fantastical dimension to the unparalleled views. It was hard to choose but here is our top 5!

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Things To Do Noumea New Caledonia

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We stoped at Noumea New Caledonia fro 2 days off the Nowegian Jewel where we were able to explore the island a little more. We were only suppose to say here for 1 day, but because of the Coronavirus our itinerary was changing daily. We had fun at Duck Island however theres not much to see or do in Noumea it is a quiet island for simply relaxation.

Discover New Caledonia

Close to Australia, New Caledonia is like nowhere else: a lagoon registered on the Unesco world heritage list. A main island, Grande Terre, with spectacular natural scenery, a true adventure playground. Jaw-dropping islands will reveal the perfect combination of amazing landscapes and superb hospitality. New Caledonia is also a land of welcome and authenticity where people and cultural influences blend in together, making your trip an unforgettable one.

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Phare Amédée, Escapade Island Resort, Anse Vata bay, Moselle Market - Noumea
Hienghène, Bourail - East Coast
Voh - West Coast
Isle of Pines
Blue River Park - Great South

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Top activities for your New Caledonia itinerary

You'll never run out of things to do in New Caledonia. From the Heart of Voh to Upi bay, there is something for everyone.

The 5 best snorkeling spots in New Caledonia

Want to experience the best snorkeling in the world? There’s no doubt that snorkeling is the most extraordinary experience to have in one’s life. Underwater gardens, coral, mesmerising marine life, and an out of the world experience, expect all of this and more when snorkeling in New Caledonia.
Surrounded by the world's largest enclosed lagoon, New Caledonia is undoubtfully one of the best snorkeling destination in the world. Still confidential and preserved, thousand of many iconic and threatened species can be found in New Caledonia's turquoise waters. Dugongs, sea turtles, manta rays, colourful fishes to name a few evolve peacefully in this safe heaven.
So to make sure that you make the most of this activity and indulge in it at the best place, here’s a list of the 5 most gorgeous Caledonian snorkeling spots.

1. Natural pool, Isle of Pines : a crystalline pool carved out of coral and fed by an underground saltwater passage.

2. Wabao Bay, Mare: a unique beach surrounded by a wild nature, steep cliffs and dense, dark forests with fine sand coves and impressive rocky headlands.

3. Bois de Fer Islet reef' Poindimie: The Mecca of Divers and snorkelers will give you access to endangered species of fish, hundreds types of corals, and more than 1000 varieties of fish. Surely a heaven for the marine life lover.

4. Dokin Bay, Lifou: The largest island of the loyalty islands is a raised coral atoll, where the internal lagoon has dried up due to the rise of the island. The coast is an alternation of coral cliffs that dominate the intense blue of the ocean and white sandy beaches from a height of over 40 meters. In this area, in the months between August and September, it is possible to observe the passage of whales.

5. Amedee lighthouse: Situated just 40 minutes by boat from Noumea most popular beach, Amedee lighthouse is known as one of the best places to snorkel in New Caledonia and, in fact, the South Pacific, to see green sea turtles in the wild. As well as great snorkelling opportunities, you’ll also find a variety of cultural experiences and the world’s tallest metallic lighthouse in the world, Amédée Lighthouse.

New Caledonia, a land of a thousand flavours

With a myriad of Melanesian, Asian, Wallisian, Tahitian and French flavours on offer, New Caledonia’s gastronomy certainly reflects its cultural diversity. From the traditional Kanak dish, bougna, to venison, a favourite of New Caledonia’s west-coast cowboys, and French gastronomy, New Caledonia’s foodie offerings will delight any visitors’ palate!

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West Coast, East Coast, Noumea.

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New Caledonia For Kids

Looking for things to do with Kids in New Cal? How about trying the flying fox, or going whale watching or heading to the Aquarium in Noumea? As a destination blessed with beautiful beaches, great dining options and stunning landscapes, New Caledonia is a definite must see for adults, but it’s a bit of a secret that it’s a great place for younger people too.
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Blue River Park - Great South
Païta - West Coast
Moindou - West Coast
Aquarium des Lagons - Noumea

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Isle of Pines

The Isle of Pines in New Caledonia

Isle of Pines, the Jewel of the Pacific in New Caledonia

This gem of southern New Caledonia quite rightly claims the title of “the closest island to paradise,” a description often attributed to its northern counterpart, Ouvéa. Bathed in crystalline waters, l'Île des Pins is also an ocean of light with floating outrigger canoes that are the pride of its inhabitants, the Kuniés. A stay at the Isle of Pines is always a highlight and an unforgettable experience when you come to New Caledonia.
James Cook set down his anchor on its coasts in 1774. It was the English admiral who gave the island its name, due to its abundant New Caledonia pines with their characteristic slender silhouettes. The Island reminded him of its native Scotland (formely called Caledonia).

Accessible by boat or plane (and what a flight over the southern lagoon – a must!), the island has long been one of New Caledonia’s most touristic locations, without losing anything of its soul or authenticity!
The centre of the island is occupied by a slightly raised plateau whose highest point is N’ga Peak (262 m), which offers breathtaking views. The hike up to Pic N'Ga only takes one hour. As you walk, catch glimpses of native bird life and soak in the perfume of tropical flora. At the summit, your hard work is rewarded with panoramic views of the entire island and the never-ending blue ocean.
But l'Île des Pins owes its fame to its bays above all else.
The latter boast large beaches of incredibly pure white sand, like Kuto bay, as well as extraordinarily clear turquoise water where you can admire the remarkable marine flora and fauna, in Kanumera bay.
The Isle of Pines is also rich with animal life and is home to the world's largest gecko species.

The natural swimming pool of Oro bay: a legendary place
A stone’s throw from Oro bay is one of the island’s legendary locations: the natural sea water swimming pool. Separated from the bay by a simple barrier of rocks, this “swimming pool” is a gem of natural extravagance much loved by snorkeling fans. Nearby and allowing you to reach Oro bay, we recommend you take a walk along the slender river of sand at low-tide. Simply beautiful…
Framed by pine trees, this is a postcard-perfect sheltered turquoise bay full of coral and an astonishing amount of fearless tropical fish.

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New Caledonia: A colourful archipelago | WIDE

In New Caledonia, nature expresses itself in all its magnificence.

The archipelago orbits around a central axis: Grande Terre. The main island is bordered by the largest lagoon in the world.

But Grande Terre is not only fascinating by the intensity of its blue waters. It also possesses a very rich plant life. Nearly 3400 plant species have been found in New Caledonia and it is estimated that several hundred remain to be discovered.

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French territory

New Caledonia is a French territory comprising dozens of islands in the South Pacific. It's known for its palm-lined beaches and marine-life-rich lagoon, which, at 24,000-sq.-km, is among the world's largest.

A massive barrier reef surrounds the main island, Grand Terre, a major scuba-diving destination. The capital, Nouméa, is home to French-influenced restaurants and luxury boutiques selling Parisian fashions.

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Capital of New Caledonia

Nouméa is the capital of the South Pacific archipelago and overseas French territory New Caledonia. Situated on the main island, Grand Terre, it's known for beaches and its blend of French and native Kanak influences.

The Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre showcases Kanak heritage, and the Musée de Nouvelle-Calédonie has exhibits from across the Pacific region. The Aquarium des Lagons introduces local marine life.

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Top 10 diving spots in New Caledonia

Home to spectacular coral reefs and incredibly clear waters, it comes as no surprise that diving in New Caledonia is a true treat for the senses. Warm waters make it a fantastic activity to take part in all year round, while the wide variety of dive sites scattered throughout the archipelago ensure that all skill levels are catered for, from beginners to seasoned divers. Professional dive centres across the region offer access to quality equipment and run great guided dives featuring adequate safety procedures. With few people, crystal clear waters and great conditions all year round, there’s never been a better time to slip on your fins and mask, and discover the incredible beauty found just below the surface! Find out our top 10 diving spots in New Caledonia!

1. The Bouloupari Pass, Noumea: This spectacular site provides numerous diving options, from initiation dives to deep dives. Here you’ll see black pointer sharks, leopard sharks, stingrays, leopard rays, rocklings, and large shoals of pelagic marine life.
2. The Cathedral, Hienghene: This is a true forest of corals. This place, called Cathedral, sheltered by the Doïman reef, is one of the most beautiful diving spots in New Caledonia. At Cathedral, corals are intact and the depths impressive. For experienced divers, in the company of the Babou Côté Océan diving centre.
3. Green Island’s « Fausse Passe », Bourail: At the heart of a lagoon listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, just a few minutes by taxi-boat from the La Roche Percée and the Néra estuary, Green Island is a genuine jewel surrounded by the splendid double-barrier reef that is such a prominent feature of the region.
Green Island is a nature reserve belonging to the special marine reserve of Bourail. Known as one of the nesting places of the green sea turtle, the island is a perfect spot for diving.
4. The Dieppoise Wreck, Noumea : Among the most popular of the archipelago’s shipwreck dive sites, the remains of the Dieppoise, near Amedee Lighthouse, are a worthy addition to any diving afficianado’s must-see list.
5. The Prony Needle, Great South: On the East Coast, several fringing reefs offer a rare setting for diving straight from the beach. But it is at Prony that divers can have the most incredible experience exploring a unique site, the Needle of Prony. Hot water from the depths of the earth flows out of this astounding underwater chimney, discovered in 1979. In prime times of the year, divers can watch the humpback whales who return to the bay to mate every year.
6. The Gorgone Reef, Lifou: With its long, white sandy beaches and cliffs bathed in beautiful crystalline water, Lifou offers spectacular diving spots. A paradise of the depths, the Isle of Lifou is a beautiful window to underwater fauna and flora. Start with the “Gorgone Reef, an inimitable spot to the north of Santal Bay perfect for scuba diving. Turtles and leaf-fish, great white and leopard sharks glide between the archways of coral in the bay.
7. The Gorgones Valley, Isle of Pines: Diving is particularly interesting at Isle of Pines because of its diversity and unique sea bed including fantastic Gorgonias that can reach 3m wide!
8. The Devert Faults, Koumac: Dive sites in Koumac include deep walls, chimneys, tunnels and canyons filled with gorgonians and lobsters. Koumac is the only place in New Caledonia where I could dive as deep as 40 m. The barrier reefs is densely covered in colourful hard corals.
9: Tibarama Island, Poindimié: Home to corals, rare ribbon eels and more, this islet has been referred to by some as one of the most beautiful islands in the archipelago.
10. the Troisième Cave, Isle of Pines: There are numerous diving locations along the reef offering a constantly changing panorama of drop-offs, corridors, passages and sea grottos. There are over 15 dive sites, all around the breathtaking Bay of Gadji. The more experienced divers can venture down to the mysterious freshwater underground caves known as “Grotte de la Troisième”, reachable only by a narrow underwater corridor. Night dives in Isle of Pines are renowned for its mysterious atmosphere, with the sea snakes and loggerhead turtles.

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The Bouloupari Pass, Noumea
The Cathedral, East Coast
Green Island’s « Fausse Passe », West Coast
The Dieppoise Wreck, Noumea
The Prony Needle, Great South
The Gorgone Reef, Lifou
The Gorgones Valley, Isle of Pines
The Devert Faults, West Coast
Tibarama Islet, East Coast
The Troisième Cave, Isle of Pines

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Discover the regions of New Caledonia

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.

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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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