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Loved-up in paradise


New Caledonia makes romantic holidays even more intimate

Roses and chocolates are good – but travel is still the best way to keep the spark alive. 

 

Couples who travel together stay together, they say. And what better way to profess your love than through a dreamy romantic getaway to the heart of the Pacific – New Caledonia. 

 

New Caledonia houses the world’s biggest lagoon, second largest Great Barrier Reef, and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008. 

 

 

Exceptional eco-system and marine biodiversity are part and parcel of New Caledonia but it has a lot more in store to feed your wanderlust, especially if you’re travelling as a couple. 

 

In this beautiful destination, there are plenty of ways to keep the passion alive – apart from getting a bird's-eye view of the famous Heart of Voh on board a helicopter. 

 

With a wide selection of tailor-made holiday packages, accommodation and activities, couples have plenty of options to fill their unobstructed one-on-one time in the island paradise. 

 

For those embarking on a honeymoon, select packages offer an intimate setting that blends the warm atmosphere of the South Pacific with romantic French ambience. 

 

A romantic New Caledonian holiday allows couples to experience a different kind of closeness often not felt in daily life. 

 

 

From discovering how much he loves being surrounded by lush pine trees in the Isle of Pines, to knowing how much she likes the adrenaline rush of water activities in Anse Vata beach, and even learning about your common desire for getting pampered in the beautiful Deva Domain, each activity is carefully organised to tug at the heartstrings. 

 

With lots of experiences covered, you’re sure to find something that sweeps her off her feet. 

 

Planning to surprise your partner? Why not give the gift of travel? 

 

Australia’s leading travel specialist to the destination, New Caledonia Travel Connection, can help arrange an intimate vacation to this stunning island of bliss. 

 

Written by: Traveltalk Magazine
Published: 19 September 2018


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