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 Ile des Pins

New Caledonia, Grande Terre South

English (Translate this text in English): The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

English (Translate this text in English): The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

English (Translate this text in English): The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

English (Translate this text in English): The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

English (Translate this text in English): The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

English (Translate this text in English): The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

English (Translate this text in English): The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

English (Translate this text in English): The Isle of Pines (Île des Pins or Kunyié) is an island located 100 kilometres south-east of Nouméa.

The island was first discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774 on his second voyage to New Zealand. Captain Cook also gave the island its name after seeing the tall native pines (araucaria columnaris).

It is famous for snorkeling and scuba diving in and around its colorful lagoon. Many species of tropical fish and corals can be seen in the transparent water.

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Daa Djare - / -
22 m 26 m CMAS * / OW
Faille de Noupaa - / -
18 m 45 m CMAS * / OW
Grotte de la troisième - / -
7 m 7 m CMAS ** / AOW
Grottes de Gadji - / -
20 m 50 m CMAS ** / AOW
Kasmira Reef 1 / -
16 m 18 m CMAS * / OW
Le Banc de Sable - / -
21 m 50 m CMAS ** / AOW
Passe de Gié - / -
17 m 23 m CMAS * / OW

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Kasmira Reef
New Caledonia

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Kasmira Reef
Door BryanF
Oct 20, 2014
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Daa Djare
Door meganyolo
Feb 15, 2009
Daa Djare - Ouha tip top, Raie Aigle à la descente puis on fait les tour d'un des blocs et on traverse le canyon séparant le second. Un requin gris passe le long du tombant..... des gorgones, un poisson pêcheur, des b&eac
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Kasmira Reef
Door meganyolo
Feb 15, 2009
Kasmira - Petit problème de plomb à la descente ...Et oui les blocs alu sont plus légers que les blocs acier... Plongée sur des patates coralliennes avec en plat principal la vue de mon premier requin. 1 joli pointe blan
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