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Port Vila Self-Guided Audio Tour
"Relax in the beautiful and culturally vibrant city of Port Vila located in the Republic of Vanuatu. This incredible audio tour will take you to Vanuatu Cultural Centre where you can learn about its traditions you'll also take an easy stroll through the stunning Waterfront that will provide you with great photo opportunities. You'll also see the Cenotaph the amazing Lookout Point a Cathedral Port Vila Markets and the famous Port Vila Post Office. This tour offers a great insight into the magic of Vanuatu and is the perfect way to make your stay unforgettable. Take a trip to paradise. As a self-guided audio tour you have the power to control your experience. Set the pace and take in the atmosphere. Your tour your way."
From $20.00
 
3-Hour Volcanic Signature Spa Package including Massage in Port Vila
"This indulgent Vanuatu spa package is one of our most popular spa treatments. It starts with a volcanic ash scrub and mud wrap to detoxify revitalize and refresh the body (includes a mini facial). The exfoliating qualities of volcanic ash will gently polish and rejuvenate your skin while being nourished by natural oils and butters. The full body massage that follows is a 1-hour rhythmic movements of our experienced Ni Vanuatu therapists induce deep relaxation and a feeling of total bliss. This is topped off with a 30-minute Coconut Cream Bath. Coconut is renowned for its restorative and skin enlivening qualities - simply&# hydrate and cleanse your body. The green tea and fresh tropical fruit platter that is served during these spa treatments is complimentary.""""Relax and enjoy a 3-hour volcanic signature spa package at a Port Vila Day Spa. This unique ""signature"" package includes a detox volcanic ash scrub and mud wrap. It also includes a deep tissue remedial full body massage and a relaxing coconut cream tub bath. Fresh tropical fruits and tea/water are served during this treatment and are complimentary."
From $140.00
 
Mud Pool Tour with Garden of the Sleeping Giant Visit from First Landing and Vuda Hotels
"This tour begins in Nadi town at the sight of the great Nadi Temple otherwise named ""Sri Siva Subarmaniya Temple."" This unique Hindu temple the largest in the southern hemisphere reflects an architectural style rarely seen outside India and houses sacred statues designed by craftspeople brought over from India. This peaceful Hindu temple strikes a vibrant pose against a dramatic mountainous backdrop.Depart the Hindu temple for a 25 minutes stop at a souvenir/handicrafts shop in then onto Namaka Fruits & Vegetable market. The tour proceeds to the Garden of the Sleeping Giant famous for its collection of its orchids and tropical plants. The garden of the sleeping giant is an attractive landscaped garden that specializes in Fi relax at the thermal mudpool in its natural spa and mud bath before returning to your resort."
From FJD170.00

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Cross-island road to Koné

There are several roads across Grande Terre from the west coast to the east, but the most beautiful yet least known one, not desribed in any guidebooks, is the one that branches off between Poindimié...
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Mount Panié

At 1628 metres the highest mountain in New Caledonia, Mount Panié forms the heart of a lush nature reserve housing some of the richest flora and fauna in the territory.It's a rather steep and strenous...
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Balade

North of Pouebo, the area of Balade is connected with several important events in New Caledonia's early history.Captain Cook anchored here, the first Catholic mass in land was held under a banyan tree...
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the lighttower of Ile Amedée

Sometimes a misunderstanding might be a good thing like it happened in Noumea: a prefixed iron lighttower was built in France and should have been delivered to Fort-de-France in Martinique. But there...
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Lifou: the cemetery of Easo

When on the island of Lifou, Dont miss to take a look at the cemetery of Easo as well, when you visit the church there. It was interesting to see some different styles of graves there and also the...
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Hienghéne Valley

Inland from Hienghéne, there is a string of Kanak tribal villages stretching into the mointainous interior along this valley. The special thing about them is that they encourage tourism by offering...
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The North-East Coast

The North-East is Grande Terre's most beautiful region.It is dominated by steep hills covered in lush, green forests, which overlook beautiful stretches of coast with Grande Terre's great barrier reef...
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Touho

A small town on a pretty bay with a good beach, Touho also has an old mission attached to it.For budget travellers, it offers some of the best and cheapest campsites in New Caledonia - a good reason...
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Tao Waterfall

7 kms north of the ferry crossing, the highest and most famous waterfall in the territory is actually visible from the road.It is nevertheless well worth paying up the 200 francs to use the trail up...
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Pouébo

The northernmost real township on the east coast, Pouébo has an old church and a windswept beach with free camping.However it is mostly worth visiting for its yearly Mwata Festival, held in honour of...
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Noumea: Eglise du Cœur Immaculé de Marie

Eglise du Cœur Immaculé de Marie was built on a hill outside of Noumea after WW II. Monsignore Paul Bresson, one of the main theologians of New Caledonia had promised to build this church, when New...
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Noumea: The University of New Caledonia

What a surprise to find a University in New Caledonia ! This is the University of New Caledonia and you will find it a bit outside of the citycentre of Noumea, close to the beach. We just passed by in...
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Noumea: the theatre and the prison

And this is the theatre of Noumea, quite an impressive building made of white and red bricks, but I am not sure if that is still used as a theatre nowadays. You will find it close to the University,...
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Noumea: the townhall & Olry Square

Another sight that I found while taking a walk through Noumea: Square Olry is a sidepart of Place des Cocotiers and it is named after Viceadmiral Olry, who was governor in 1878 and you will see him...
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Top Things to Do in New Caledonia

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Nouemea Cathedral

The cathedral is a 15 minute uphill walk from the place the cruise buses drop you off in the city centre. You can see the cathedral on a hill and so it is just a case of follow your instincts. The...
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Kuto Bay

This is the stuff that picture postcards from the South Pacific are made off. Kuto is a crescent shaped, white powder sand, beach over a kilometre in length. It is lapped by the warm, transparent...
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Mare Island

Don't let what you hear about Mare Island having just 1 beach (Yejele) let you be put off visiting.... especially if you are doing a day trip off the Carnival Spirit cruise like us. As I said in my...
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Beer Tastings at Les 3 Brasseurs

How to enjoy Noumea when your day trip to Amadee Island gets cancelled?..... Drown your sorrows?.... ;o) Carnival Spirit promptly refunded our money and we headed on the bus provided into town.So...
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Queen Hortenses Cave

There are several limestone caves on the Ile des Pins. The best known and most accessible one is the Cave or Grotto of Queen Hortense, set in verdant tropical rainforest and abounding with...
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Yedjele Beach

Maré, one of the four Loyalty Islands of New Caledonia, is one of the least developed places in the country but what it lacks in facilities it more than makes up for in beauty. Also, most importantly...
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