Humpback whale watching in New Caledonia
New Caledonia is the second largest reef in the world with all its 23,400 km² including 392,708 hectares of marine protected areas.
The inclusion of the New Caledonian lagoon into the UNESCO World Heritage Site gave the country international recognition. The presence, each year, of humpback whales in the large southern lagoon, is an great and unforgettable spectacle that is given to you to live aboard a boat. Choose this fascinating experience between mid-July and mid-September.
Between mid-July and mid-September