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(9 night package from $2099)

Your Holiday Includes:

  • Return economy airfares with Air New Zealand to Niue (via Auckland) including 23kgs of checked luggage
  • Airport meet and greet
  • Return airport transfers throughout
  • 7 nights’ accommodation staying at Scenic Matavai Resort in an Ocean Room
  • Welcome drink on arrival
  • Tropical continental breakfast daily
  • 60 minutes of WiFi per room per day
  • 2 nights’ accommodation (1 night pre & 1 night post) staying at Jet Park Hotel Auckland in a Standard Room

Travel Dates:
27 July – 23 September 2018
Travelling outside of these dates? Please call our Specialist team for a personalised quote.  

Melbourne: $2099 per person, Twin share
Sydney: $2099 per person, Twin share
Brisbane: $2199 per person, Twin share
Travelling from another port? Please call our specialised team for a personalised quote.

Book by:
 Feb 28, 2018!!

Quote: 147594
For New Bookings Only

Terms and Conditions:
Prices are per person, twin share, inclusive of pre-payable taxes and subject to availability at time of booking for new bookings only. Valid for sales and travel as specified. Blackout dates & seasonal surcharges do apply during peak periods as availability becomes limited. All prices are subject to change at any time without notice. Conditions, amendment and cancellation fees apply. Free nights & discounts are already included in costs. Travel insurance is strongly recommended. ABN 61 087 521 355.

This magnificent Resort is located on a clifftop with breathtaking 180 degree views of the blue Pacific Ocean and is only 10 minutes from all major facilities and services on Niue.
The resort has 2 freshwater swimming pools and has recently gone through an extensive refurbishment and expansion.

For Expert Friendly Advice Call 1800 800 722 or (07) 333 78 555 or fill in the below form and you will be contacted by an experienced travel consultant.

Scenic Matavai Resort (9 night package from $2099)
We know the South Pacific like the frond of every palm