New Caledonia is a French territory located in the southwest Pacific Ocean, east of Australia. The country is made up of a main island, Grande Terre, and several smaller islands, and has a tropical climate.
The official languages of New Caledonia are French and several indigenous languages, including Drehu, Nengone, and Paicî.
The currency of New Caledonia is the CFP franc (XPF), which is used in several French territories in the Pacific.
There are no direct flights from the UK to New Caledonia. The best way to get to New Caledonia is by flying to Sydney, Australia and then taking a connecting flight to Nouméa, the capital of New Caledonia. The total travel time is approximately 26-28 hours.
New Caledonia is in the New Caledonia Time zone, which is 11 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT+11).
La Tontouta International Airport is the main airport in New Caledonia, located approximately 50 kilometers northwest of Nouméa. The address of the airport is Aéroport International de Nouméa La Tontouta, 98880 Nouméa, New Caledonia. It is the largest airport in New Caledonia and serves as a hub for several airlines, including Air Calédonie and Air France.