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Excite’s ‘Ultimate Guide to New Caledonia’

Excite Holidays has announced the launch of its latest campaign ‘The Ultimate Guide to New Caledonia’, in conjunction with New Caledonia Tourism. For two weeks, the campaign will showcase all that New Caledonia has to offer, from Noumea and beyond, to the surrounding islands. The accompanying eight page curated guide will showcase activities, hotels, eateries ... read more

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Aircalin Increases Capacity from Australia and New Zealand to New Caledonia

Aircalin is excited to announce, commencing 04 December 2018, the airline will offer new regular weekly frequencies from Brisbane and Sydney to Noumea.  At the same time, to meet seasonal demand, additional capacity will also be deployed from Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland. Additional capacity from Brisbane “In 2017, more than 35,000 passengers travelled on Aircalin ... read more

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New Caledonia China sales mission: 2nd China Roadshow for Caledonian tourism!

New Caledonia Tourism, accompanied by Aircalin, GLP Hotels, Marriott New Caledonia, Noumea Travel Specialist and South Pacific Tours, organised its second roadshow in China from 11 to 15 June. The New Caledonian delegates met with Chinese tourism industry professionals in Beijing, Chengdu and Shanghai. Three intensive days presenting the destination and updating progress in welcoming Chinese tourists. The ... read more

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Investment in the promotion and protection of Pacific culture remains a priority for the Pacific Community

One of the most prominent outcomes from the 48th meeting of the Committee of Representatives of Governments and Administrations (CRGA) was the affirmation of the Pacific Community’s (SPC) role in the protection and promotion of our region’s cultures. At first glance, anyone unfamiliar with SPC’s history might wonder why an organisation focused on science and technology ... read more

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Cruise in New Caledonia

With its ideal location between Australia and New Zealand, it is not surprising that the number of cruise passengers in New Caledonia has increased by over 300% in the last ten years. Between 2013 and 2016, the cruise ship rate has grown by 32%. In 2016, there were over 509,463 passengers on board and 235 ... read more

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