L'Escapade Island Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Ilot Maitre, Noumea, 98847, New Caledonia
L'Escapade Island Resort
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Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 20% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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An evening in Noumea

by Linda_T

We are visiting Noumea on a P&O Cruise from 3pm - 11pm and am interested to know what we should do while we are there. I'm not interested in any of the organised tours from the ship as sitting in a coach for period doesn't do it for me. Any advice from previous cruisers would be appreciated.

Re: An evening in Noumea

by CallAnt

Take a cab from the ship to the Baie des Citrons where there are alot of restraunts and bars overlooking the water. You can also keep walking around the waters edge from there down Anse Vata where there are more restraunts, shops ect. There is little to do or see in the city center (where the ships dock).

Re: An evening in Noumea

by Linda_T

Thanks for the reply!

Re: An evening in Noumea

by KiwiJes

Hi - If you havent gone yet. I say do the tours! I have been on a P&O Cruise to Noumea. There wasnt a lot to do as the shops close reasonably early. In terms of restaurants then I agree with the previous poster(but you'll have great food on the Cruise - we had the most delicious Harpuka for dinner on the ship when we stopped at Noumea!!). By doing a tour you will actually see something. By not doing the tour, you may end up wandering around with nothing to do.

Travel Tips for Nouméa

American Park

by salisbury3933

Although the monument here has been defaced a little, it's interesting to learn of the history of New Caledonia during WW2, and this little park commemorates the US army who had a base here during the war.

The regard they were held in is shown by the naming of some of the suburbs of Noumea, Motor Pool being one example.

My grandfather also spent some time here during the war with the NZ army.

Anse Vata Beach

by minstrel74

You can see a photo of this spot on my intro page. It's really gorgeous and worth a few hours if you have the time. As you walk along the shoreline coming from the city center, you wil pass some of the high-class haunts of Nouméa's wealthiest residents and visitors--a couple dazzling hotels, the yacht club, and many open-air cafés reminiscent of urban France. Once you get to the beach you will see that there are many tourists, but it's still a great place to hang out.

Visit the isle of Pines.

by K.Knight

Apart from the obvious, swimming, sunbathing and relaxing, the Isle of Pines would have to be one of the most spectacular and picturesque areas that the South Pacific has to offer. Kato and Kanumera Bays are spectacular in themselves and a walk around the shores of both bays should not be missed. There are plenty of photo opportunities to be had along the way and you can treat yourself to coffee and cake at one of the resorts at the end of these bays.

Central Market

by hunwagner

Near Port Moselle, this is the best place in Noumea to stock up on fresh bakery products, fruit, vegetables or fish.
There are also some handicraft stalls with better prices than the souvenir shops in the centre.
Be sure to come in the morning as it closes really early.

Tropical Island Mixes with Big City Life

by Reviled


What else is there to say, I have been to Noumea twice allready, once in 2000, and again this year. I absolutely love it to bits! It has awesome beaches, an awesome city, and some really beautifull people too!


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Address: Ilot Maitre, Noumea, 98847, New Caledonia