A trip to New Caledonia almost always begins in Nouméa, the economic and political lungs of the archipelago. From the Isle of Pines in the south to the Loyalty Islands and Tiga in the east, the islands bordering New Caledonia’s Grande Terre offer a myriad of breathtaking scenery. Surrounded by a UNESCO-listed lagoon, they are inhabited by Kanak tribes, with strong traditions and know-how. A leisure destination between land and sea, the West Coast delights visitors in search of cultural, natural and sporting activities. For a trip off the beaten track, the East Coast is an ideal destination. You’ll plunge with delight into grandiose nature at the heart of the Kanak world. A land of adventurers and adventurers, the Great South and its red earths combine all the ingredients for an escapist stay.
To prepare for your stay, here’s the complete list of things to do and see in New Caledonia!