New Caledonia

New Caledonia has the world’s second biggest coral reef with double-barrier stretching 1,600 kilometers around the mainland and an average depth of just 25meters/82 feet, forming the world’s largest lagoon. This lagoon is also a World Heritage Site as New Caledonia has an extensive network of 34 marine and island reserves that have been in place for many decades, not to mention the wide spectrum of marine life there are free from pollution and constant fishing pressure. All of these superior qualities create a pristine coral reef that looks like it’s existing from a century ago, and it’s definitely one of the dream diving spot for all divers across the world.