Le Nouvata

Address: 123 Promenade Roger Laroque, Noumea, Grand Terre, 98800, New Caledonia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 123 Promenade Roger Laroque, Noumea, is near Aquanature and Mont Coffyn.
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      Travel Blogs from Noumea

      Day 4- Land ahoy!

      A travel blog entry by natoh on Jan 05, 2015

      ... face mum but it was too late.

      It went a little something like this. Blame my mother for bringing me up to be polite to EVERYONE.


      Mum & Nat unison fake smiles: “Yeah, we’re good thanks!” (turn away)


      Nat: “Oh they’re awesome pomegranate, ginger, vodka cocktails.”

      Noro: “OH ...

      A little bit of France

      A travel blog entry by amybrownstein on Nov 18, 2014

      33 photos

      New Caledonia is a little bit of France in the South Pacific. This cluster of mangrove islands is located in the Coral Sea about halfway between Fiji and Australia. The island has an area of about 7,300 square miles. It would take around six hours to drive from one end of this cigar shaped island to the other. It has second largest coral reef in the world making it a favorite of divers and snorkelers. The island is located a little north of the ...


      A travel blog entry by chelleod on Oct 25, 2014

      Sitting on the last night of an 8 day cruise on the windowsill of my cabin sipping a glass of Sauv with all of the lights off in the room while looking out the window at a lightening storm over the Tamsin sea......little bit scary to say the least (as we appear to be sailing into the storm) but totally fascinating & slightly surreal. So a cruise not exactly on the standard backpackers itinerary but a lot of this trip hasn't exactly been 'standard' so why change the habit! ...

      Exploring Noumea

      A travel blog entry by bruce_n_ros on Jul 06, 2014

      7 photos

      ... mumus. Locals outside the church greeted us with 'Bonjour' and we replied with ‘ Kia ora.’ Near the wharf there was a market which was well set out with both locals and cruise passengers doing some shopping. We talked about NZ with a local artist (our pounamu are getting noticed and we often get asked about it and which part of NZ we come from).

      Our afternoon excursion was 3 hour bus tour (Noumea in a Nutshell) of the ...

      Jai quois..

      A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Jun 17, 2014

      4 comments, 15 photos

      I've probably spelt the title wrong. I wrote it they way I would say it. "I think", right? Anyhow, I've spent 4 nights in Noumea, in the Auberge de Jeunesse, and I haven't really taken to this place. I knew it would be more European than Solomons and Vanuatu, as NC belongs to France, but I thought it would still have heart and smiles of the Pacific. It doesn't. It is just like being in Europe but without any tourists! The ethnicities here are ...