Sixt Car Rental at Noumea-La Tontouta International Airport
Fly into Noumea-La Tontouta International Airport and Sixt can there to meet and greet you with your rental car confirmed in advance. Sixt, which began 101 years ago, has car rental offices in more than 100 countries. So it's easy to rent a car from us, whether you want a cheap car for economy or a city car for luxury. A car rental price comparison will reassure you that Sixt offers good value for modern vehicles under 6 months. Our 24-hour meeting point is in the Arrivals Hall, making car rental at Noumea airport welcoming and convenient. We also offer the flexibility of 24-hour car rental returns.
La Tontouta is the gateway to Noumea and New Caledonia
La Tontouta International Airport (NOU) is the main airport on Grand Terre, this territory's largest island. It's served by major international airlines and is 28 miles from Noumea, the capital of the South Province. Noumea, with some 190,000 Melanesian and French inhabitants, is also the capital. Rent a car to unwind in the relaxed Riviera of subtropical Noumea in just 40 minutes, or rent a car to explore the scenic and well maintained roads you'd expect of a French Overseas Territory. There's lots to see on extensive roads crisscrossing a Pacific island that's 217 miles long and up to 44 miles wide.
Rent a car within a World Heritage Site
New Caledonia is ringed with a world-famous reef and lagoon, and the versatility of car rental allows you to stop or camp in natural beauty. But there are Noumea's museums, boutiques and beaches to visit before you drive into the varied countryside divided by a mountain chain mined for ore. A highlight of Noumea is the Aquarium of the Lagoon which has phosphorescent corals and the living fossil, Nautilus. Forest Park holds many endemic species of wildlife, including the large fruit-eating flying fox. When you're ready for the sandy beaches and cattle farms of the western plains, or the waterfalls and Kanak houses of the lushly forested east, our car rental service is an enjoyable way to tour New Caledonia.