Niue

Stunning Natural Attractions

A float in the midst of the tropical South Pacific, Nuie offers you everything you need to be more than comfortable. You'll rediscover what's been lost in this modern world. With a population of less than 1500, your journey will begin as Niue welcomes you into its heart like no other nation.

Nuie lies within a triangle bounded by Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands, and is a delightful and convenient island destination for couples seeking a tranquil, laid -back holiday experience. With accommodation options ranging from individual villas to an international -style resort. Nuie's proudly one of the safest countries on earth.

The people are gentle, the climate's languid, but this eco-tourist's paradise is blessed with such an array of stunning natural attractions you may not be content to just watch peacefully! Some happily do, but many don't.

Niue is the largest raised coral atoll in the world, housing a spectacular series of reefs, canyons and caverns, which are sculpted beneath the surface, and teeming with the brilliant colour of diverse fish life. It yields the shelter Humpback Whales need to calve and frolic. This all makes for an exhilarating and memorable experience for novice to pro divers.

Insiders' Tips

  • Join a Village Show Day: Many villages in Niue host these annual events, where you can sample delicious local cooking, and take part in cultural events.
  • Find Fishermen's Heaven. With easily accessible deep water and a wealth of wahoo, tuna and marlin, it is the stuff legends are made of.
  • Cycle along the Ocean Roads: Niue offers reasonably easy and picturesque roads on which to cycle from the coastline to the interior.
  • Explore the Limestone Caves: the adventurous at heart can follow in the footsteps of Captain Cook and explore the hundreds of caves and chasms around the islands shoreline.
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