Know these five fabulous places to visit in New Caledonia, make sure you visit each one of them during your excursion on this land on Pacific.
New Caledonia's geography is one of its main attractions. Named by Captain Cook because of its apparent similarity to Scotland, this French South Pacific region has it all. A stunning blue-green lagoon surrounds the whole island and contains one of the world's best natural aquariums.
New Caledonia is a true melting pot of cultures and experiences. Originally settled by the Kanak people over 3000 years ago, this stunning island was annexed to France in 1853. French culture has an obvious influence here, however, there is still a strong Melanesian presence.