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Watersports in Niue

There’s much fun to be had on and in Niues crystal clear waters. Apart from ever-popular snorkelling, diving, whale-watching and fishing, Niue also offers a range of alternative water activities. These include: – Underwater scooters – letting riders explore the reef edge on snorkel or scuba, either going deep underwater or just cruising on the surface.

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Sailing in New Caledonia

At 24,000 km², the Caledonian Lagoon is a wonderful playground for those who want to enjoy the pleasures of boating. Caledonians also love it, and spend their free time as soon as they can on outings that last from a few hours to several days. Experienced and beginner boaters will love the countless ways to enjoy the Pacific Ocean off the coast of New Caledonia. Take a guide – le Grand Sud, the northern lagoon, Isle of Pines or the Loyalty Islands, why not plan on discovering all these wonders from the ocean? There have never been more boating professionals who are willing to guide passengers who love wide open spaces and who want to spend a few days on the sea. This is a unique opportunity to discover islets that are still wild and to cross paths with dolphins, turtles, dugongs and other inhabitants of the lagoon, all while leaving the reins to an experienced skipper.

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Canoes of the Marshall Islands (WAAN AELON IN MAJOL)

Learn about Marshallese canoe construction and sailing at the Waan Aelon in Majol canoe house, located near the Marshall Islands Resorts. Visit the canoe house during normal working hours (M-F) and you’ll find several canoe builders working on various canoe types. Ask for Alson for a quick bwebwenato (chat) at 625-6123 and

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White Grass Ocean Resort & Spa

The resort features 18 island-style bures nestled amongst beautiful tropical gardens, 100 meters from pristine coral reef with stunning ocean views. The resort houses the only PADI Dive Centre on the island and offers an exceptional range or touring options, making it the ideal base for exploring the island by day, or relaxing with a tantalizing cocktail as you watch the spectacular sunsets.

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