Overview for Niue
A world away… in the heart of the South Pacific you will have more than you need to be more than comfortable, but you’ll also rediscover what has been lost in the modern world.
With a population of less than 2,000, Niue has an island charm that is maintained by friendly, welcoming locals.
Located north-east of New Zealand in a triangle between Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands, the island is only a 3 ½ flight from Auckland.
You’ll enjoy your stay…
An eco-tourists paradise, Niue has a wonderful climate and a plethora of natural attractions. The rugged coastline is framed by tropical rainforest and boasts a spectacular array of flora and fauna; the perfect backdrop for leisure activities like fishing, biking and bush walking. As one of the worlds largest raised coral atolls, spectacular opportunities abound in the waters around Niue. A series of reefs, canyons and caverns beneath the surface teem with the brilliant colour and diversity of fish life, and provide an exhilarating and memorable experience for novice or pro divers.
Swim with whales and dolphins. Walk through flocks of butterflies in virgin rainforest. Dive within spectacular underwater cathedrals. Discover tiny swimming holes teeming with coloured fish. Explore the most beautiful caves and virgin forests with ease. Gaze upon breaching whales 80 metres from your breakfast table. Snorkel over bright corals in warm tropical water acclaimed as being amongst the clearest on the world. We invite you to come and discover Niue.