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Cruises to New Caledonia

Say Bonjour to dazzling New Caledonia

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4★ hotel stay in Sydney
Inside from £3,599pp (was £4,399)
Royal Caribbean International

The 2022 Australian, New Zealand & South Pacific

  • 28 Oct 2022
  • 26 nights
  • Ship: Radiance of the Seas
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Eden, Australia - Bay of islands - Tauranga - Napier - Picton, New Zealand - Sydney, Australia - Noumea, New Caledonia - Mystery Island - Mare, New Caledonia -.…

Includes: Exclusive FREE On Board Spend of up to $600*, Three night 4★ hotel stay in Sydney included*, Exclusive FREE Stateroom Upgrades*, Exclusive FREE Sydney Opera House Tour*

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Royal Caribbean International

South Pacific & Fiji

  • 13 Feb 2022
  • 14 nights
  • Ship: Serenade of the Seas
  • Fly Cruise
  • Flights Included

Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Mystery Island - Noumea, New Caledonia - Port Vila - Lautoka, Loyalty Island - Suva, Fiji - Isle Of Pines, New Caledonia - Lifou, Loyalty Island - Sydney,...

Includes: The Most Innovative & Unique Ships At Sea*, An incredible & diverse array of full-board dining options Included*, Award-winning Broadway style musicals, London stage-shows &...

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Fiji

  • 17 Sep 2022
  • 13 nights
  • Ship: Royal Princess
  • Fly Cruise

Itinerary: Sydney, Australia - Noumea - Mystery Island - Suva - Dravuni Island, Fiji - Lautoka - Isle of Pines - Sydney, Australia

Includes: Full board cruising*, Just £30pp per day to add Premium Drinks, Wi-Fi & Gratuities*, MedallionClass Ship, MedallionNet - The Best Wi-Fi at sea*


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French-Pacific beauty

Kanumera Beach, Isle of Pines

Kanumera Beach, Isle of Pines

Maa Bay near Noumea

Maa Bay near Noumea

Mont-Dore, New Caledonia

Mont-Dore, New Caledonia

Noumea at Sunset

Noumea at Sunset

Oro Bay, Isle of Pines

Oro Bay, Isle of Pines

Saint Josef Cathedral and Moselle Bay

Saint Josef Cathedral and Moselle Bay

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1. Explore the watery world of New Caledonia

Life in New Caledonia is focused on water. The UNESCO-protected reef which surrounds the largest island of Grande Terre is home to an incredibly diverse marine life of turtles, sharks and rays, while the Piscine Naturelle on the Isle of Pines boasts a natural underwater rock pool filled with thousands of tropical fish. There are also ample opportunities for snorkelling, kitesurfing, kayaking and fishing, while taking water taxis between the islands is a commute like no other! 


2. Engage with a unique culture 

Visiting a French territory so far from France is a unique opportunity to experience an eclectic mix of cultures and customs. New Caledonia’s population is varied: descendants of European and North African prisoners and settlers, expats from other French regions, and the indigenous Kanak people all live and work on the islands, and their influences filter through.


3. Sample a range of cuisines

With a variety of cultural influences, New Caledonia offers a range of delicious dishes to suit all tastes. The city’s eateries serve up authentic traditional French food, from snails and frogs’ legs to chunks of Brie and fresh baguettes. Dining in New Caledonia also offers chances to experiment with native Melanesian cuisine, like Bougna: a traditional dish made with chicken, fish, bananas, yams and coconut milk, all wrapped in banana leaves and steamed under hot rocks inside an earth oven.


4. Fall in love with the Heart of Voh 

Improbably wonderful, the natural heart-shaped tropical mangrove known as the Heart of Voh is on the northwest coast of Grande Terre island. As it’s too big to be seen from ground level, keen visitors can either climb a track up Mount Kathépaïk to a viewing platform, which takes around two hours, or take a helicopter ride to gaze down at the heart from the air. A bonus of choosing the aerial viewpoint is the chance to see giant manta rays swimming in the blue lagoons nearby.