Guided Tour of Ouvea
- First stop at the southern most tip of the island to marvel at the wonderful panoramic view of the lagoon.
- Mouli bridge, built in 1984, where the mix of different colored nuances of white sand and turquoise blue waters is breathtakingly beautiful
- Ideal view point to see fish, turtles, rays, sharks and a wonderful view of the Lekiny Cliffs
- Coconut oil distillery: with its 3000 hectares of coconut groves, Ouvea has been producing copra oil since 1991. Some of the production is used by the Ouvea soap factory to make niaouli soaps.
- Blue hole of Hanawa : this small salt waterhole marks the border between the districts of Fayaoue and St Joseph. This site is a natural swimming pool for children of the island. 500 xpf fee to visit.
- St Joseph Church : built in 1912, this church is famous for its vaulted wooden roof, its pulpit made of kohu wood and its figure of Christ sculpted out of kaori wood.
- Tiberia Bay and its famous beach where snorkelling is awesome thanks to a large variety of multicolored fish and coral.
- Turtle Hole : this is a freshwater chasm where you can swim. If you are lucky you may meet some turtles.
- ‘Monument des 19’ : memorial to the 19 activists killed during the events of May 1988
- Lekiny Cliffs : these high coral cliffs have been carved by erosion and they are full of mysterious caves.