Looking for somewhere different for a civil union ceremony or reception? Perhaps a romantic hideaway for a special occasion or Easter? Try somewhere new…New Caledonia.
One resort in particular has reached out as a venue for gay and lesbian romantics and for those who want a cerremony in a quaint seaside chapel. For either type of visitor, L’Escapade Resort is a place to experience to reclaim one’s joie de vivre!
Éscapade Island Resort caters to romantics who want more than just a place to flop. It’s not your typical beachcomber destination, though it certainly has watersports in spades! Sailing, kayaking and boating in particular.
Whether you want to go to New Caledonia for a honeymoon or for a romantic getaway with your honey, there are resorts and activities to fill the bill.
A popular honeymoon/romantic/adventurous choice is to charter your won yacht or catamaran and spend a week sailing around the lagoon, reef and New Caledonia’s many popular bays and islands. You don’t have to have a boat licence to take a cruiser and venture out!
For novice sailors, you can sill enjoy the destination’s many water attractions without chartering your own boat. With islets like Duck Island only 10 minutes by water taxi from Nouméa’s popular Anse Vata Bay, you can spend a day of snorkelling, diving and kayaking around the islet.
Who operates L’Éscapade Resort?
GLP Hotels owns and operates a number of budget and upscale properties in Noumea. They were Rainbow Tourism Accredited following personal inspection in 2009. There are several gay and lesbian staff members at the resort, so your visit will be safe, comfortable and as romantic and private as you desire.
For help in planning a romantic tryst at L’ Escapade Resort in Noumea, New Caledonia, contact the Rainbow Tourism Concierge. She’s just back from a personal stay where she enjoyed dee-vine cuisine, fine French wine, and a twilight swim in the lagoon before trying the swim-up bar in the resort pool. The eye candy on the private ferry boat on the way out was great, too. Thanks to Larry who showed me around the Marine Reserve resort, including the old, romantic, seaside chapel where a wedding party (of Japanese lesbians) was rehearsing.