Niue is one of the only places in the world where you can view whales just metres from the shore. Migrating humpback whales come to Niue to calve generally between June and October each year.
Niue is also one of the few countries where you can swim within 200 metres of these unmissable giants of the deep, with licensed operators offering whale watching and in-water interactions.
Fishing in Niue is legendary with very deep water accessed almost immediately from launching, so visitors can spend their time fishing, not travelling.
Black, blue and striped Marlin; Skipjack and Yellowfin Tuna; Red Bass, Mahimahi, Sailfish, Wahoo and Giant Trevally, amongst many others, are commonly encountered.
With water clarity ranked amongst the very best in the world, Niue offers an unrivalled dive experience, with visibility that can reach up to 100 metres.
Diving in Niue is easy yet rewarding with an interesting mix of diving in caverns, caves, coral walls and drop-offs to explore.
For frequent underwater visitors or those just starting out Niue offers an unforgettable dive experience.
In Niue visitors have the opportunity to experience spectacular snorkelling spots with an amazing abundance of fish, corals and other marine life that inhabit the islands waters. One of Niue’s greatest features is its incredibly clear water; this, teamed with extensive coral reefs, makes Niue the perfect place to snorkel.