This new natural history tour travels to the astonishing islands found halfway between Australia and Fiji, offering the chance to experience the wonders of the natural world, similar to those featured on David Attenborough’s new series, Planet Earth.
• Floating in a dazzling tropical lagoon, the islands of New Caledonia beckon the traveller with their extraordinary natural history and unique culture
• Admire French colonial architecture and indigenous Kanak cultural heritage in the capital Nouméa – the ‘Paris of the Pacific’
• Wander through primitive forests seemingly left from an earlier age and look out for the rare kagu – New Caledonia’s national bird
Mark Hanger , MA
graduate of Otago University, experienced botanist and ornithologist
7 Oct — 23 Oct 2017
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return airfare, accommodation based on sharing a twin or double bedded room, breakfast, 13 lunches, 13 dinners with water, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
travel insurance, optional 4x4 or flight alternatives, single room supplement £670.