Gay and Lesbian Travel in Nouvelle Caledonie – New Caledonia

Bonjour, Bon Appetit and Bon Voyage: Everyday French gets you inside the New Caledonian way of life

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Need a brush up or a crash course in French? Forget grammar; think about the everyday words that will help you when you travel around Noumea and the rest of the French Territory of New Caledonia.

Noumea’s French language school, CREIPAC, will get you comfortable with the language and Kanak-French way of life – with fun and flare. Like, how to converse with new-found friends at MV Lounge or Bodega Bar, and how to order a meal and matching wine.

The school is Rainbow Tourism Accredited and welcomes lesbian and gay visitors who want to brush up or enrol in the two-week intensive course. The Rainbow Tourism Concierge has visited the school and reports learning takes place not just in the classroom (in a restored convict-era building on the waterfront) but during cooking classes, and visits to markets, restaurants and museums around the capital city.

They are very good at teaching French. You can take advantage of their homestay program, or the school can make arrangements with local hotels like the 3-star Le Lagon boutique hotel which is just steps to the beach, shopping, and dining district.

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