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New Caledonia’s Hot‘Half Price Holiday ’ Offer





New Caledonia’s Hot‘Half Price Holiday ’ Offer

Auckland, 6 June 2008: – Escape to the sun with a fabulous ‘Half Price Holiday’ deal to New Caledonia, our closest South Pacific neighbour.

These exceptional value for money holiday packages are expected to fly out the door as New Zealanders head for the tropical warmth of this French infused destination.  They are available for a strictly limited time from Monday, 9 June.

“New Caledonia is right on our doorstep and only a short 2 ½ hour flight away,” says Karen Priest, New Caledonia Tourism New Zealand Manager.  “It offers a perfect mid-winter break where holiday makers can soak up some sun and French charm and cuisine.

“There’s lots of information on our website about the properties available in the package.  You can even see exactly where they are located, and take a virtual tour, by clicking on the Google Earth link.”

New Caledonia isn’t only renowned for its beaches, water sports, tropical climate, local fresh food markets and cuisine there is also the Kanak culture to soak up, the stunning Amedee Lighthouse on the outer reaches of the lagoon, native bush walks and of course shopping.

The ‘Half Price Holidays’ deal includes packages at the Le Surf Hotel, Nouvata Park Hotel, Ramada Plaza Hotel, La Promenade Hotel, Le Meridien Noumea and Tieti Tiera on the mainland.  On the Isle of Pines there is Le Meridien Isle of Pines and Oure Resort to chose from.  Package prices start from $729 per person for four nights and $899 per person for seven nights – including airfares, twin share accommodation and transfers.

Bookings must be made by June 21 to travel in August and October.


Do Something New this winter and escape to New Caledonia

for a French infused holiday.



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