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Just 20 minutes away, you can stretch your legs on the iconic Harbour Bridge walk, the first of its kind in the world. The Corso is lined with shops and restaurants, including local favorite, Hugo's. If surfing is your thing, this is the place to be.
The walk from Spit Bridge to Manly is a fantastic way to soak in the city's coastline. Hop on the ferry or one of the regular buses that go to Watsons Bay to enjoy the scenic hike around South Head. The Gap offers breathtaking views of the sea from the rocky cliffside. With all the water surrounding you, it's no surprise seafood takes center stage on many plates in the city.
Stop into a local pie shop for a traditional Australian meat pie, or explore Sydney's international side with udon or ramen noodles at a Japanese noodle bar, or seek out shrimp dumplings in Chinatown. There are plenty of shopping malls in the heart of the city, including Westfield Mall, Pitt Street Mall and the wonderful Queen Victoria Building, which is now a shopping mall featuring top designers. Seek out cutting boards made from local camphor laurel — they're not only beautiful but also have natural antimicrobial properties.
During your Sydney cruise vacation, look for jewelry made from opal, the national gemstone of Australia. Central Sydney is extremely walkable, so take the time to explore the little streets close to Circular Quay. Rise to the occasion and take on the signature Rock Climbing Wall. From beginners to speed climbers, everyone can enjoy an unparalleled view from 40 feet above deck. Included in your fare, no reservation required. Hit the links on the high seas!
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Refine your mini-golf game on a green that overlooks a sea of blue. A casual Italian trattoria, Giovanni's Table offers rustic dishes with a contemporary flair, including fresh pastas, braised meat dishes and stews. Located in an intimate, exclusive spot onboard, this private epicurean experience for a limited number of guests, treats you to a five-course, menu and wine tasting.
Noumea is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Head to Anse Vata Bay and jump on a kiteboard, go sailing or snorkel. Hike through large swathes of lush, green land at Michel Corbasson Zoological and Forest Park, or head to the Dumbea gorges for swimming or canoeing. Later, flex your connoisseur taste buds at one of the many up-market restaurants blending French and island flavors into dishes like prawns and pineapple in rum and coconut milk.
Noumea has every water sport imaginable. Head on over to the Bay of Anse Vata to speed across the water with a kitesurfing lesson.
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Full of lush greenery and unique species of fauna native to New Caledonia, the park lets you catch glimpses of giant geckos, flying foxes and exotic birds, including New Caledonia's national bird, the kagu. Although New Caledonians speak French, their native culture is called Kanak. The Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre is a spectacular feat of architecture that celebrates Kanak culture and educates visitors on its core beliefs. Check out traditional Kanak totems and artifacts, as well as recreated traditional huts.
Discover the abundance of French-influenced food found on Noumea. Head to Baie de Citrons to find the best restaurants, bistros and bars.
Cruise to Noumea and sample French classics like slow-cooked lamb shanks and escargots, or experience island-inspired twists on Old World cuisine, like choucroute a filling platter-style meal typical in Alsace with sweet potato, cabbage, papaya and pumpkin. And look out for the bakeries — they stock bread worthy of a Parisian cafe. There are two main shopping attractions in Noumea: grocery stores and open-air markets.
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Head to the Casino a grocery store and indulge in the array of French goodies — pick up some hard-to-find French wine to take home. At the market, you'll find local spices, including regionally produced vanilla, alongside Kanak artifacts.
For souvenirs, browse the market for Melanesian masks or tribal turtle sculptures. Taxis will only come to the port if ordered by phone, so plan in advance. Stretch your legs on Luengoni or Luecila Beach, home to powdery white, flour-like sand. Jinek Bay is a must for snorkeling enthusiasts — Lifou has one of the most diverse coral reefs in the world. Peruse the village of Easo and experience the local culture: Check out the quaint church of Notre Dames de Lourdes, perched on a cliff that offers great views of bay, and see the traditional huts that still exist in the gardens of many modern homes.
Jinek Bay is a marine reserve, a natural swimming pool and a delightful aquarium. In its aquamarine waters, you'll snorkel among 2, varieties of fish darting around the pristine coral reef. Each visitor makes a donation that goes towards the upkeep of this natural marvel. Lifou's beaches are long stretches of postcard perfection. Sand as soft as talc powder and oceans as blue as the lapis lazuli will tempt you to stay forever.