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We stayed at Oure Lodge on this bay. The drive in to the bay left us speechless. Stunning beyond expectations. Have a look at New Caledonia tourism instagram to get a sense of the natural beauty. In real life it’s better. The sacred rock is...More
We hadn’t heard much about Kanumera Bay and it wasn’t very touristy in July. When we found it though I was just blown away and can safely say it was one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. Unfortunately we didn’t have a snorkel...More
This place was our favourite spot on the whole Island. The whitest sand and the bluest water, all with a sacred rock set in the middle. You can go and explore a little around the front of the rock from land (but don't climb is...More
This bay shares a narrow peninsula with Kuto Bay which seperates the two bays. Kuto Bay is where the cruise ships drop you.
Kanumera Bay has good snorkelling and swimming spots but do not climb onto the sacred vegetation covered rock (La Roche). It is...More
Not far from the jetty and shade is available along the shore. As a stopover for Cruises it is obviously well patronized. The water is warm and the snorkeling worth the effort. The rock is a sacred site and should not be touched.Worth a visit.
Don't get me wrong, it is beautiful but it really felt like a big swimming pool here. People just moved from the ship's pool to the water here. It's hard to get a picture of scenery without anyone in the background.
There are locals setting...More
Perfect water and nice sand (but less beach than adjacent Kuto). Very calm water - perfect for little snorkelers. Very close to dock and there are adjacent "facilities" (okay a bit of a walk from....). Feels like you are truly in paradise.
We arrived at Kanumera Bay via a 2 hour Isle tour.
The area is very nice and quiet pleasing, but it became very overcrowded...with swimmers crowding around the base of the island.
The stalls are a nice touch, several had indigenous wears for sale, but...More