New Caledonia Tourism’s latest campaign, From Dream to Reality, has kicked off and will be highlighting the attractions of the world’s largest lagoon.
Sally Pepermans, New Zealand representative with New Caledonia Tourisme, points out that the destination is perfect for clients seeking both on and off the water – at a relaxed pace or with a little adrenalin.
‘When it comes to windsurfing, kitesurfing, surfing or wakeboarding, the lagoon is ideal for daily practice and the warm waters and almost constant breezes and waves make for perfect conditions,’ she points out. ‘For novices who want to get in on the adventure, there’s no shortage of water sport schools in both Noumea and around the country.’
Pepermans says sailing is a favourite pastime with the locals and visitors can easily enjoy this too. ‘This is a great
opportunity for clients to discover islets that are still wild and to cross paths with dolphins, turtles, dugongs and other inhabitants of the lagoon, while they relax in the hands of an experienced skipper.’
For those wanting to take things a little slower, it is easy to explore New Caledonia’s islets and beaches.
‘The small sandy island that has hosted Amédée lighthouse since 1985 combines all the wonders of nature – seascapes teeming with fish, a white sand beach, and the possibility to swim, dive and perhaps run into a curious turtle.’
(Source: TRAVELinc MEMO 06 March 2018)
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