The archipelago’s main island of Grand Terre has numerous indicators of its French connection, with charming cafés and exceptional cuisine. However, head inland to its central mountain range and the tropical scenery and mesmerizing views over the island’s coastline quickly remind you that you are far from France. Surrounded by the world’s biggest coral lagoon and a vast barrier reef that rivals Australia’s 1200km to the east, Grand Terre is a snorkelling and diving paradise with crystal-clear waters teeming with colourful marine life. The rest of New Caledonia’s islands are equally breathtaking and the pristine, palm-lined beaches of uninhabited islands make the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the abundant sunshine. Climbing, sailing and water sports are just some of the activities available and for a truly unforgettable experience be sure to organise a trip whale watching. Finish the day by admiring the incredible sunset from one of countless bars along the beach before visiting one of the numerous excellent restaurants. All things considered, New Caledonia is an idyllic destination with unfathomable natural beauty and a wonderful mixture of French charm and authentic native culture.
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