Niue Holidays & Tourism
Welcome to beautiful Niue.
Fakaalofa lahi atu
One of the smallest countries on earth, here you’ll find a laid back atmosphere keeping with the islander way of life. Located east of Tonga, the natural beauty of Niue is still largely intact, it is one of the largest coral islands in the world with spectacular steep limestone cliffs along the coast and a central plateau.
Situated in the Polynesian Islands, it is 2400kms northeast of New Zealand, come and experience an island paradise away from it all.
Set in a relaxing tropical environment, it is a soft adventure and ecotourism paradise. Immerse yourself in the culture of the country or partake in world class diving, fishing, walking, caving and much more.
Because Niue is a raised atoll, deep water areas are not far from the steep limestone cliffs of the island, which makes it extremely popular among game fishers. Several operators run established, safe, and reliable charters and the deep water is easily accessible.
The water clarity, the unique underwater landscape and the diversity of marine life makes Niue one of the best diving destinations in the world. The waters are rated among the clearest in the world with a visibility up to 260 feet. The array of marine life includes turtles, dolphins, corals, and all manner of fish.
The people of Niue are scattered throughout the 14 villages, they are bilingual, speaking both Niuean and English. The locals are very respectful, genuinely friendly and hospitable to visitors and have accepted tourism as an important component to their economic development and well being. They are well educated and enjoy life.
Niue offers a range of activities and attractions, especially for nature lovers. Water activities are among the highlights of a visit to Niue. Snorkeling and swimming areas at the Limu Pools and Matapa Chasm offer a gentle introduction to the marine world. Some of these spots are so beautiful that they used to be reserved exclusively for Niuean Kings.