The WWII New Zealand war cemetery in New Caledonia is definitely worth visiting
I have been immersed in New Caledonia all year and in my final blog post, here are my 16 tips for what to know before you go
Writing this post has left me feeling so very grateful for the amazing experiences and countries I have visited in 2014. I hope this inspires your ideas for 2015! x
If you are in charge of organising the next big conference for your company, here is why you should consider New Caledonia
For couples who want to do more than just stay in their room, check out all that New Caledonia offers across all the price points…
This post is for all you guys and girls for whom a long walk after a little white ball is your kind of holiday – that’s if you also like French food and wine in the Pacific Islands!
Taking the kids to New Caledonia is more than just a beach holiday. It’s to immerse them into a whole new culture, learn a sprinkling of French and play on the sand and in the sea.
I met the Bear Grylls of New Caledonia’s flora and fauna and ended up being inspired by rocks and red earth!
I followed my guide through the dense tropical jungle to the secret cave where young Queen Hortense hid for a year on the Isle of Pines, and you can too!
What a morning! I went into the Newstalk ZB radio studios today and gave away a trip to New Caledonia to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day. Here’s how it went down…
See how the other half lives with a homemade slow cooked bougna lunch in the hill tribes of northern New Caledonia…
Isle of Pines is the stunning island just south of Noumea where lovers and honeymooners go. But I found more to do than just look longingly into each others’ eyes!
Where are you heading?