Niue commonly known as "the Rock" is an island located Northeast of New Zealand in the South Pacific Ocean. Niue is known for its spectacular limestone cave and underwater caves, its historical areas and flora and fauna in particularly the untouched Huvalu forest. High season runs from April till November.
Where To Go
Niue’s most popular places to visit are: Alofi, Avatele, Hikutavake, Liku, Lakepa, Mutalau, Makefu, Hakupu, Tamakautoga, Namukulu, Tuapa, Vaiea and Toi.
Things To Do
The most popular things to do on Niue are: visit the Huvalu Forest, Liku Sea Track and Cave, Talava Arches, Anapala Chasm, Avaiki Cave and swim and snorkel around Matapa Chasm, Utuko Ree and Hio Beach and go scuba diving in one of the many underwater cathedral caves.