Dive sites

All the dive sites is situated unless 20 minutes of boat of the Island Amédée.

The Boulari pass (outer or inner reef slope)

The Boulari pass (outer reef slope): not only famous for its manta rays, which regularly feed in the pass, but also for its schools of grey sharks, white-tipped reef sharks and pelagic species which are often spotted on the site.

The Boulari pass (inner reef slope): carried along by a gentle current, you'll meet stingrays, white-tipped reef sharks, sand eels, as well as countless species of small reef creatures.

Wreck of Dieppoise

Dieppoise, the last wooden patroller of French Marine was sunk in the lagoon of New Caledonia 19 January, 1988. It is lying by 25 meters down. The brake gear and the passages leading to the main rooms are easily accessible. The wooden hull completely disappeared and perfectly lets appear the aluminum structure and the inside of the ship. it accommodates barracudas, carrangues and numerous nudibranches.

Wreck of Toho V

Toho V is a former one palangrier poured near the Taboo reef in December, 2000, closeness which offers two with one dive. Although less colonized than the wreck of Dieppoise, she welcomes groupers and jack fish.

The Sournois Reef

A reef reaching up to 5 meters below the surface, it is home to a variety of species and many fish schools. White-tipped sharks rest on the sandy bottom at a depth of approximately 20 meters.

The falling of Ever Prosperity

Magnificent falling plunging towards gaps, corals are particularly well protected and the water is always crystalline . It is possible to meet of big pelagic there.

The Aboré reef

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Introductory dive area

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Farther in the South...

The arcs of Ducati

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The cave Merlet

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Ecstasy

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The needle of Prony

The Needle of Prony - So called cliff of the Needle - is a submarine needle 37 meters in height at the heart of The Bay of Prony. A quite unique geologic curiosity which does not miss to attract the divers who come to admire corals in the multiple colors and the marine fauna there (platax, loaches, bivalves) The needle is due to the present thermal springs in the region.