New Caledonia is home to the largest lagoon in the world, with a reef barrier of 1,600 km long, and more than 20,000 animal and plant species. With the submarine trail in front of Deva, discover some of this marine biodiversity.
The “trail” is located 2.5 km from the shore, near the barrier reef. You can access it on a glass bottom boat or by your own nautical means – use the white buoys available to moor your boat. You will find a floating pontoon on hand to rest upon. The courses are marked by numbered white buoys. Allow 25 to 45 minutes for your underwater visit.
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