Diving in New Caledonia

Sitting in the Coral Sea between Australia and Fiji, New Caledonia is a French collectivity consisting of a small group of islands. During your holiday here, the landscape’s beauty and diversity will captivate you. Enjoy surrounding yourself with rich cultural heritage, kind, multi-ethnic locals, and a never-ending range of activities. Diving, snorkeling, hiking, and lounging on the beach make for an unforgettable getaway.

Dive Sites to visit in New Caledonia

Featured places to go in New Caledonia


Diving in Noumea is ideal for beginners, training, or relaxed exploring.

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Bourail dive sites are enjoyable year-round since this area is sheltered from the trade winds.

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Diving in Koumac offers pleasant underwater surprises suitable for all levels of divers.

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Both on land and underwater, the beauty and hospitality that Hienghène offers will leave you with fabulous memories.

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Diving Poindimié, on the central east coast, is a must for all divers vacationing in New Caledonia.

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Loyalty Islands

Sitting 190 km northeast of New Caledonia’s mainland, the island of Lifou is the most famous island for its colorful and wild dives

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Iles des Pins

The gin-clear waters surrounding the Isle of Pines will dazzle the most experienced diver with diversity.

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