Your Day at Amedee Lighthouse

Situated very close to the great barrier reef and about 24 kilometres from Noumea, right in the middle of a marine reserve to which it has given its name - you have to visit the Amedee Lighthouse.

For all those hoping to relax in the shadow of a palm tree on a fine white sandy beach, bathed in Tahitian music... will simply say: It is a must!

The great sevices of the "Mary D" will feed you in idyllic conditions. Accompanying the buffet lunch with a tahitian dance show. You can spend the afternoon strolling the beaches or endulging in the souvenirs shop.

Two dive centres offer day trips to Amedee:

  • One morning dive (certified divers)
  • Cold lunch or sandwich
  • One afternoon dive (certified divers)
  • Introductory dives from the beach


  • A transfert with a comfortable boat 'IMPERATOR'
  • 2 tank pleasure dives (certified divers)
  • One or two "Introductory scuba dives"
  • Buffet lunch by "Mary D" (optional, to be reserved beforehand)
  • Relaxing as you please in the afternoon
Fire dancing "Theo"
(spectacle Mary D)
The lighthouse was lit for the first time on 15th November 1865 . It is 56 m high (almost 20 storeys high), with 247 steps.

A metallic architectural masterpiece from the 19th centuary, it attracts many dozens of thousands of visitors each year

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