Wordless Wednesday: Amédée Isle

For the final Wordless Wednesday post from New Caledonia, we head over to Amédée Isle, a 40 minute boat trip from Noumea. The island is famous for its lighthouse, which was built in France and transported to New Caledonia, where it was first put into operation in 1865. We went over to the island with an organised trip (link below) that included lunch and opportunities for activities such as snorkelling, though we preferred to lie on the beach.

Looking out at the water
The boat we sailed on
Shells on the sand
Tricots rayé sea snake, distinctive to the island and region
The view at lunch
Outside the lighthouse
Looking up at the lighthouse
Smallest post office in the world
Distances from the island
A day on the island

How we got there…Mary D Enterprises.

Highly recommended trip 5/5.

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