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Ouvéa Natural wonder

Turtle Hole

Hidden under the cover of trees near the Takedji tribal village this water hole serves as a refuge for a large number of turtles

Head to the north of the island, to Takedji, between Heo and Gossanah. At the entrance to Heo, ask for directions as there is no sign. A hundred metres from the road and after a short walk through the vegetation, you will come across a beautiful water hole supplied with seawater through cracks in the rock, some of which are wide enough to let turtles through. Away from the lagoon, they seem to have come here to take a cool break in the silence of the place. You can tour the whole site and even take a dip if you wish!

Spoken languages

  • French

OPENING

  • All year round.

CONTACTS

  • Takedji
    98814 Ouvéa

PRICES

Free access.

See also

The Jila Cave
Cave

The Jila Cave

Lifou
At Wedrumel you can discover the largest underground cave in Lifou.
Cape Wabao
Cape

Cape Wabao

Maré
Cape Wabao dominates the southwest of the island with its coral terraces bristling with columnar pines, overlooking small rocky coves with transparent waters that are rich in a wide variety of fish, ideal for snorkelling.
Natural Aquarium
Natural wonder

Natural Aquarium

Maré
This natural basin with its crystal-clear waters, fed by the passage of the sea under the coral, serves as a refuge for turtles and fish.
Sandalwood Bay
Bay

Sandalwood Bay

Lifou
Sandalwood Bay stretches for nearly 50 km, from Cap Mandé in the south to Cap Aimé Martin in the north.
Lékiny Bay
Bay

Lékiny Bay

Ouvéa
Lékiny Bay, a beautiful, well-sheltered body of water with unique colours, is a customary fishing reserve for the people of the Fayawa tribal village, a small island located in the bay.
Anubet Cave
Cave

Anubet Cave

Ouvéa
Nestled in the heart of the forest that covers the south of the island, you can discover Anubet cave.
Hanawa Blue Hole
Natural wonder

Hanawa Blue Hole

Ouvéa
Wedged between the beach and the road, the Blue Hole of Hanawa is a seawater hole 30 metres in diameter, and of unknown depth.
Bone Hole
Natural wonder

Bone Hole

Maré
The Bone hole is an impressive coral sinkhole some 40 m deep and 30 m in diameter, and which is just a few metres from the road.
The Devil's Cave
Cave

The Devil's Cave

Lifou
Northeast of Lifou, the Devil's Cave is a mysterious place full of legends.
Fayawa Islet
Island

Fayawa Islet

Ouvéa
Fayawa Islet is located south of Ouvéa Island, between Mouli Island and Lékiny Cliffs.
Pethoen Cave
Cave

Pethoen Cave

Maré
Hidden in the forest about fifty metres from the main road, Pethoen Cave is home to a variety of magnificent stalactites.
The potholes of Cap des Pins
Coral reef

The potholes of Cap des Pins

Lifou
A site by the sea where waves and swells have formed potholes in the coral formations.
The Jokin Cliffs
Falaise,Point de vue

The Jokin Cliffs

Lifou
Magnificent cliffs overlooking the lagoon and located north of the island in the Jokin tribal village.
Luengöni Cave
Cave

Luengöni Cave

Lifou
Near Luengöni Beach, a network of galleries leads to an underground pool with cool and clear refreshing water.
Warrior’s Leap
Falaise,Point de vue

Warrior’s Leap

Maré
7 km from La Roche, legend has it that a warrior, cornered by his enemies, crossed with a single leap this seven-metre-wide ravine in the cliffs overlooking Allier Bay.
Shabadran Bay
Falaise,Récif corallien,Baie

Shabadran Bay

Maré
The small bay of Shabadran, protected by a collection of cliffs and columnar pines is one of the most beautiful sites in New Caledonia, it is accessible via an excursion that is as unforgettable as it is demanding!
The Jewels of Inagoj
Curiosité naturelle,Forêt,Mare

The Jewels of Inagoj

Lifou
Emerald green water holes are hidden in the middle of a lush forest.
Southern Pleiades
Island

Southern Pleiades

Ouvéa
The Atoll of Ouvéa is closed to the west by a string of uninhabited islets and sandbanks that stretch like comet tails clinging to the ends of the main island, the Northern and Southern Pleiades, separated by the Anemata Pass.
Niri Bay
Bay

Niri Bay

Maré
Niri Bay, embellished with small coves of coral rocks opening out on the lagoon, is an ideal spot for swimming and snorkelling. You can also observe dolphins that come every year to breed in its turquoise waters.
Xodre Cliffs
Cliff

Xodre Cliffs

Lifou
Just south of Lifou, the cliffs of Xodre are a wild and mineral place, from where you can see Tiga island and even Maré island in good weather.
Northern Pleiades
Island

Northern Pleiades

Ouvéa
The Atoll of Ouvéa is closed to the west by a string of uninhabited islets and sandbanks that stretch like comet tails clinging to the ends of the main island, these are known as the Northern and Southern Pleiades, and they are separated by the Anemata Pass.
Lékiny Cliffs
Falaise,Récif corallien

Lékiny Cliffs

Ouvéa
The majestic cliffs at Lékiny stretch for nearly 3 kilometres and are about twenty metres high at their highest point.
Mouli Bridge
Viewpoint

Mouli Bridge

Ouvéa
The bridge of Mouli spans the inlet that separates the main island of Ouvéa from the island of Mouli, and where a photo break is essential!

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