Liloreve

Address: Tribu de Xepenehe, Lifou, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Tribu de Xepenehe, Lifou.
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    Travel Blogs from Lifou

    Lovely Lifou - A Great Cultural Experience

    A travel blog entry by mmckinlay6 on Nov 14, 2014


    Lifou, New Caledonia

    After the gorgeous Pacific Jewel departed from Noumea early in the evening we headed for Lifou which is a part of the Loyalty Islands which make up New Caledonia. It is home to one of the most diverse landscapes in the South Pacific and has a wonderful white beach at its forefront with coral reefs located right beneath you on shore. Marine life decorates the water and it is a great spot for snorkeling and diving.

    After a rough nights sleep we ...

    A day at the beach

    A travel blog entry by prgeeves on Oct 15, 2014

    Up early but a very leisurely start to the day. Our first view of Lifou from the balcony was one of beaches and lush green tropical stuff. The water was a number of shades of stunning blue. After breakfast in our cabin we left Dad to it and headed for the tender. We hit the island about 08:30 and it was already nice and warm. Lots of locals offering to bead our hair until they saw under my hat. Then they offered massages instead. We turned left at the carpark ...

    Lazy Lifou Island

    A travel blog entry by morgansontour on Jun 06, 2014

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    Friday 6 June, Day 12.

    We are at Lifou Island, part of the Loyalty Islands of New Caledonia, which is a "Compartement" of France. Alan & Jo have gone ashore for a tour, but we didn't see anything that appealed to us so we are staying put and enjoying the sunshine next to the ...

    A Slight Detour...

    A travel blog entry by muzzarox on May 15, 2013

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    ... swam freely in this amazingly beautiful lagoon. Now it is a marine reserve protecting the islands most pristine marine ecologies with a diverse range of corals and more than 2000 species of fish apparently! Studies show that it is slowly being damaged and destroyed by the sheer volume of people visiting so now they limit entry to the water and snorkeling here. You have to buy a $15 pass to enable you to snorkel in this crystal clear paradise and ...

    A Deal That's Too Good to Pass Up

    A travel blog entry by jackdrury on Oct 20, 2012

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    ... such a big deal. I tell her that I know some Australians and it is a big deal. Then she tells me that she's pretty sure we don't get to keep the car when the ride's over. Balls! With tax it'll be more than a thousand dollars. Of course we get to keep the damned thing. I must remain calm and promise myself not to gloat after seeing the smile on her face when we ditch the interpreter and driver. ...