Uninhabited Divine Island lies near the northern tip of Grande Terra the main island in New Caledonia
The island does have a wharf and a barbeque area which is used by visitors who get here by boat or visit for the day from a cruise ship. Behind the main beach is a track that leads to a lookout over the island with a great views inland and the beach below. Emerald Bay and other islands further out are also visible.
A track disects the island giving access to a beach and reef on the otherside of the island. You can also walk around the island in less than 3 hours.
Inland areas on the island are made up of small hills covered in natural vegetation including palms and Maquis vegetation, and some smaller shrubs. Wild pigs roam this area.