Divine Island, New Caledonia

Divine Island is an uninhabited island which is a stopover for cruise ships. It is located near to Poum on the northern tip of Grande Terra, the main island in New Caledonia.

The island has a small jetty with a BBQ area and there are beach volleyball nets on the main beach. Amazing views of Emerald Bay and other islands in Emerald Bay, can be had by taking a short stroll up the hill to the lookout.

There is a walking track that provides easy access to the beaches on the other side of the island. The walk takes you past palm trees and low shrubby vegetation.

Things to see and do

* Beach Activities
* Barbeque
* Beaches
* Snorkeling
* walking

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – CFP franc (XPF)
Language – French
Population – 0
Electricity – 2 angled pins and 1 flat pin centred below Australian style
Time – GMT plus eleven hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 687

Port Location – Cruise ship passengers disembark at a small jetty on the main beach.

Transport Links – New Caledonia Airport is located in Païta, 52km northwest of the capital city of Noumea. Air France provides direct flights from Paris. Regular flights are available from Tokyo on Aircalin, as New Caledonia is very popular with the Japanese. Air New Zealand and Qantas also serve the airport. There are also flights from various Pacific nations, New Zealand, Australia, and Southeast Asia.

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