Kodjeue Hotel

Address: Baie de Ouameo, Gadji, Ile Des Pins, 98832 Vao , New Caledonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Baie de Ouameo, Gadji, Ile Des Pins, is near Amedee Lighthouse Island, Tjibaou Cultural Center, and Oro Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Ile Des Pins

    Day 12: Cold. Rain. TURTLE.

    A travel blog entry by natoh on Jan 13, 2015

    Docked in Isle De Pins (Island of Pines). It was immediately obvious how the island got its name as the main island, as well as the surrounding little islands were covered in huge pine trees. The weather was looking pretty sad and I had a bit of a headache after last night but mum and I headed ashore at about 10:30 where we waited in the rain for our 'lagoon cruise'. On any other day, this speedboat cruise and snorkel trip would ...

    Third Day in the S.P

    A travel blog entry by timandvikki on Dec 10, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... the island on foot quite easily. Okay, we were game, and we had our water shoes ready in preparation.

    When we were sailing in, I was up on the observation deck and saw what looked like a very LARGE island. I couldn't believe this could be Mystery Island, because there was no way you could walk around this massive, mountainous place in a week, much less a day! It turned out what I was looking at was the main island in ...

    Beautiful Little Island

    A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Nov 19, 2014

    4 photos

    Isle de Pins is one of the small islands in the New Caledonia group. It is a sleepy little island known as the "Jewel of the Pacific." It is known for its lush rain forest, its clear blue lagoons and white sand beaches. The island's name, given by Captain Cook in 1774, is derived from the almost 200 foot tall pines that can be found in the island’s interior. Isle de Pins is surrounded by the New Caledonia Coral ...

    Ile Des Pins, New Caledonia

    A travel blog entry by gretchen-bob on Nov 19, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... roads are few and far between, shady paths under very tall trees lead to stunning crescent beaches with water so ...

    Isle of Pines - Magical Beauty

    A travel blog entry by mmckinlay6 on Nov 17, 2014

    4 photos

    Isle of Pines, New Caledonia

    Known as the Jewel of the Pacific the Isle of Pines was given it's name by Captain James Cook in 1774. Tall native pines line the shores hence the inspiration for the name. Cook never set foot on the island though and in 1872 it became a French penal colony. It has a population of only 2000 people which is less than 140 years ago when 3000 French convicts were sent there. Languages spoken are of course French and local Kanak dialects. The ...