Visit the seas of New Caledonia,
where Giant Manta Rays swim freely,
to fully enjoy the beautiful coral reefs that have been registered as
a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The oceans of New Caledonia are home to the world’s second-largest barrier reef, which is a sanctuary for aquatic creatures where you can have unforgettable encounters with species that are endemic to New Caledonia and the southern hemisphere, as well as rare and large marine animals.
The dive spots are designated as nature reserves, so the fish are not afraid of people and photo enthusiasts will definitely be able to get up close with different kinds of fish. This paradise can be fully enjoyed by anyone, from beginners to experienced divers.
The only dive shop in New Caledonia that is operated and primarily staffed by Japanese people
Alize is a dive shop whose name means “trade wind” in French.
It is one of the oldest dive centers in New Caledonia.
Based on the diving data we have recorded in the past,
we will judge the condition of the tides, wind, and ocean to take you to the best dive spot on any given day.
The Alize staff is very knowledgeable about the ocean—including its fish, crustaceans, coral, and other living creatures—so we can provide truly moving experiences.
About the dive center