Discover the rich abudance of nature in New Caledonia and spend a morning exploring Hienghène's marine world.
Early in the morning you will meet in the Koulnoue tribe and with your team choose the sites for your two dives. Choose between around 15 sites depending on what suits you and the weather.
Then set off with your equiptment towards the biggest closed lagoon in the world, classed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Make the most of this perfect diving setting with archs, tunnels, canyons and rifts, all in water between 21 and 28 degrees.
Dive to a depth of 20 metres and admire the rich biodiversity of Hienghène's waters. See parrotfish, blue algae, leopard rays, red mullets and shrimps. Depending on the seasons you may also be able to see turtles, manta rays, dugongs and humpback whales!
This dive is for divers with a level 1 certificate (minimum) and is led by professionals who know the area very well.