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Untouched white sand beaches, tranquil blue water, lush vegetation, amazing underwater wonders, and superbly friendly people reside on this tiny island on the southern tip of New Caledonia. Its unique habitat and pristine coastline has earned Isle of Pines the UNESCO World Heritage designation, protecting it from overdevelopment. Here you can explore an underwater paradise of sea turtles, fragile coral reefs, and tropical fish on a snorkeling or SCUBA adventure. Float on a clear lagoon as tropical fish swim around you. Experience the white-sand coast, mysterious grottoes, and stunning white cliffs that rise out of the clear sea. After you’ve built up an appetite, rejoice in the fact it’s a land of French cuisine served in an island paradise. Enjoy famous Isle of Pines escargots drizzled in butter. Toast a day of sun and beauty with a glass of French champagne. Or, savor a fresh-baked croissant or a locally-sourced seafood dish. To bring home a piece of paradise, discover native Kunié handicrafts as you explore the island’s local boutiques that sell these wood carvings and leather work. Isles of Pines is nicknamed the "closest island to paradise" and we think you'll agree.