Niue is a large upraised coral atoll, and is a standalone land mass in the centre of a triangle of Polynesian islands made up of Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands. Located 2400km north east of New Zealand, on the eastern side of the international dateline.
Niue is very empty of people, locals or tourists, it's a place that can make you feel a long way from anywhere. Only 1400 people live on "The Rock" now, there are fewer than 100 tourist beds and one weekly Air New Zealand flight in and out.
Niue have average water temperature of 23 degrees Celsius, a typical tropical climate and kind, caring people,and you will feel welcomed here. The water is crystal clear and perfect for diving, snorkling or take a swim. Beautiful coral reefs close nearby the shore.
Niue is a paradise, and breathtaking unique. On this island you can swim with the dolphins, relax at an bar, swin in the sea. Anything you want!
There is always plenty to see and do in Niue. Visit niueisland.com and find out more of what adventures that lies ahead and read about Niues history.
”The Rally of the Rock” is a 'mountain' bike rally on Niue's hard and fast bush tracks and roads. It takes place in June over Queens Birthday weekend and everyone is welcome.
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