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Discover Niue

An untouched natural wonder unlike any other

The charms of Niue are like no other South Pacific Island. In fact, they are like nowhere else on Earth. Niue offers a banquet of rare and exciting delights, then allows space for you to explore and enjoy them on your own. Far from wrapping its visitors in commercial cotton padding, the island of Niue exposes the raw traveller within, the one inside that aches for genuine adventure and authentic experiences.

This does not imply, however, that a holiday to Niue means sacrificing modern comforts, for the island’s tourism industry is well equipped and its people are warm and accommodating. It does suggest though that instead of preparing for a holiday of retail therapy and passive entertainment, visitors to Niue should pack a pair of good walking shoes and their adventurous spirit. Those who explore Niue depart the island with a deep sense of satisfaction and a childlike awe for the natural world.

Niue Trademarks

  • An ecotourism wonderland
  • One of the world’s largest raised coral atolls
  • Pristine waters of incredible clarity – visibility of up to 80 metres
  • Majestic limestone cliffs and a vast cave network
  • Secluded swimming coves in place of long sandy beaches.
  • Lush rainforests teeming with unique flora and fauna
  • Spectacular walking tracks
  • Virtually no crime or dangerous wildlife
  • Home to giant Coconut Crabs – the world’s largest hermit crab
  • A strong and vibrant Polynesian culture

Niue Activities:

  • Diving, snorkelling and exploring underwater caverns
  • Trekking, bicycle-riding, caving and wildlife spotting
  • Swimming with wild dolphins
  • Whale watching and swimming with migrating humpbacks
  • World-class fishing
  • Coconut Crab hunting

Niue Information:

  • Location: 3880km north-east of Brisbane
  • Flight time from Australia’s east coast: Approx. 6 hours (via Auckland, NZ)
  • Flight frequency: Serviced by Air New Zealand twice weekly
  • Political Status: Self-governing country in free association with New Zealand
  • Language: Niuean and English
  • Currency: New Zealand Dollar
  • Capital: Alofi
  • Population: Less than 1500
  • Weather: Moderate climate, maximum of 20° in winter and 30° in summer
  • Settlement History: First settled by Polynesians from Samoa around 900AD

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