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New Caledonia photos


See New Caledonia through our unique collection of photos. This scenic group of tropical islands are a popular tourist destination for Australians, New Zealanders, and the French. The main Island Grande Terre is surrounded by the world's largest lagoon that sits inside the second largest coral reef on Earth. There are smaller islands around the main island including the Loyalty Island Group and the stunning, Isle of Pines.

New Caledonia is also one of the world's top biodiversity hotspots with over 76% of it's plants being endemic. Noumea the biggest city shows off New Caledonia's French culture. Outside Noumea lies areas that are still relatively untouched with the native Kanak culture still thriving.

View our photos to explore this scenic South Pacific paradise and learn about its unique blending of western and oceanic cultures.


Noumea photos

Towns and Settlements in New Caledonia

Towns & Settlements of NEw Caledonia photos

Beaches and Coastlines of New Caledonia

Noumea photos

Flora of New Caledonia

Noumea photos

New Caledonian Culture

New Caledonia Culture photos

People of New Caledonia

People of New Caledonia photos

New Caledonia offers the traveller a tropical paradise with stunning coastline and serene beaches. It is a great place to relax and enjoy swimming and diving in the pristine waters atop the second biggest reef in the world. With a big European population, you can also expect great service and accomodation with a French twist.


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  • Author & photographer: David Johnson (Virtual Oceania)

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