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Free diving in New Caledonia - Plongée en Apnée Nouvelle Calédonie
Noumea

Free diving in New Caledonia - called Plongée en Apnée in French - is one of the most popular watersports at l'Escapade Island Resort on Ilot Maitre. The coral reef is shallow - from half a metre to 5 metres deep - with a luxurient growth of live corals and lots of tropical fish. Because the reef is part of one of New Caledonia's oldest marine reserves the fish allow divers to approach close enough to get good underwater pictures.

Copyright: Richard Chesher
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Hochgeladen: 02/02/2010
Aktualisiert: 23/05/2014
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Tags: plongée en apnée nouvelle calédonie; free diving in new caledonia; underwater panorama new caledonia; underwater; diving; snorkeling; dive
  • aurelie over 1 year ago
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