Fakalofa Atu !
Swim with whales and dolphins. Walk through virgin rainforest. Dive spectacular underwater cathedrals. Explore the most breathtaking caves in the South Pacific. Gaze upon breaching whales. Snorkel over bright corals in warm tropical water. Game fish just metres from shore. Bike an array of tracks. Experience genuine culture. Niue will under promise and over deliver every time.
The world’s largest coral atoll is also one of the smallest self governing countries on Earth. The island’s most striking feature is its array of private lagoons and small beaches as well as its rugged and rocky terrain. Steep cliffs along the coastline are honeycombed by caves, chasms and blowholes.
Niue prides itself on a forest undisturbed for centuries. It is a nature lover’s delight.
With a population about 1500 people on its 260 sq. km's of land mass, Niue is Clean, civilized and crime free – The way things should be.
Climate: April to November is the long dry season, with temperature around 24 degrees Celsius. Niue has an average annual temperature of 25˚ Celsius and a medium humidity that peaks at 88%.
Accommodation: Hotel, Motel, and Guesthouse, Budget, Superior, Resort Style and Self-Catering.
Airline: Air New Zealand from Auckland to Niue
Entry requirements: Valid passport
Health: 24 hour hospital. No vaccinations required; be careful with coral cuts and take antiseptic cream.
Currency: NZ $
Transport: Rental cars and vans, taxis, motorbikes, mountain bikes. Local driver’s license required.
Language: English and Niuean
Contact: Niue Tourism Office
Address: P. O. Box 42, Alofi, Niue
Tel: (683) 4224
Fax: (683) 4225
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