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Hwakaiö Beach

Diving site, Coral reef, Natural beach in Ouvéa
  • A small beach in the extreme south on the island of Mouli, from where in good weather you can see New Caledonia’s main island, Grande Terre.

  • After the Mouli tribal village, the small road goes south between coconut groves and traditional fields. At the very end, the road opens out onto the small beach of Hwakaiö which offers a view of the first isle of the Southern Pleiades (Gece) and on the horizon is Grande Terre. The beach is quiet and lined with sharp coral, a spot that is perfect for sunsets. With suitable shoes, it is possible to discover the beautiful fringing reef at low tide, and at high tide equipped with flippers, a...
    After the Mouli tribal village, the small road goes south between coconut groves and traditional fields. At the very end, the road opens out onto the small beach of Hwakaiö which offers a view of the first isle of the Southern Pleiades (Gece) and on the horizon is Grande Terre. The beach is quiet and lined with sharp coral, a spot that is perfect for sunsets. With suitable shoes, it is possible to discover the beautiful fringing reef at low tide, and at high tide equipped with flippers, a mask and a snorkel, the reef and the drop-off offer a rich and varied show.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
Openings
Openings
  • All year 2024
    Open Everyday
Useful address
Nouvelle Calédonie Tourisme Corporate Website
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