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Turtle Hole

Natural wonder in Ouvéa
  • Hidden under the cover of trees near the Takedji tribal village this water hole serves as a refuge for a large number of turtles

  • Head to the north of the island, to Takedji, between Heo and Gossanah. At the entrance to Heo, ask for directions as there is no sign. A hundred metres from the road and after a short walk through the vegetation, you will come across a beautiful water hole supplied with seawater through cracks in the rock, some of which are wide enough to let turtles through. Away from the lagoon, they seem to have come here to take a cool break in the silence of the place. You can tour the whole site and...
    Head to the north of the island, to Takedji, between Heo and Gossanah. At the entrance to Heo, ask for directions as there is no sign. A hundred metres from the road and after a short walk through the vegetation, you will come across a beautiful water hole supplied with seawater through cracks in the rock, some of which are wide enough to let turtles through. Away from the lagoon, they seem to have come here to take a cool break in the silence of the place. You can tour the whole site and even take a dip if you wish!
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