- New Caledonia: Weather Climate - When to go, what to do . . .
White sand beaches and coral reefs are images associated with New Caledonia; Noumea, the capital, lives up to this reputation with the famous Anse Vata beach, but it also has a charming port with a colourful assembly of boats of all kinds, the town centre with its pretty Place de Cocotiers and the Jean-Marie-Tjibaou cultural centre with its attractive architectural style
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At My New Caledonia we pride ourselves on offering our customers the best accommodation in jaw-dropping locations for affordable prices We have properties in the popular and picturesque South Province, from Noumea to Bourail, and even the Isle of Pines and the Loyalty Islands
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- Faqs - New Caledonia Travel and Tourism | Heart of the Pacific
Frequently Asked Questions Useful information to help you get the most out of your holiday to New Caledonia Here you will find most of the New Caledonia information that New Zealand visitors will need to know, as well as answers to the most common questions and some very helpful suggestions
- New Caledonia travel | Australia Pacific - Lonely Planet
New Caledonia's dazzling lagoon surrounds it with every hue of blue, green and turquoise The light and the space simply delight your senses By becoming a World Heritage site, the lagoon has helped bring the people together to celebrate and protect it, from village level through to government New
- Entertainment, Holidays, and Festivals in the South Pacific
Traditional music and dance is alive and well in the South Pacific, be it the exciting tamure dancing of French Polynesia and the Cook Islands, the graceful siva of Samoa, the formalized meke of Fiji, or the kastom dances of Vanuatu British ethnomusicologist David Fanshawe has suggested that the sitting dances common in Tonga, Fiji, and elsewhere may be related to the movements of the upper
- New Caledonia - Wikipedia
New Caledonia is a territory sui generis to which France has gradually transferred certain powers As such its citizens have French nationality and vote for the president of France They have the right to vote in elections to the European Parliament It is governed by a 54-member Territorial Congress, a legislative body composed of members of three provincial assemblies