Welcome to Niue Island

A small island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Niue has just 1,398 inhabitants. Don’t let that fool you into thinking that it’s a laid back and quiet place; there’s plenty to do and see on Niue.

There are mysterious limestone chasms and caves to explore, unique dive spots to explore underwater caverns and tunnels, and magnificent reefs to explore along Niue’s coast. Grab your snorkel and mask, and lose yourself in the beautiful warm waters around Niue, where you’ll see humpback whales and their new young. Enjoy stunning walks through Niue’s conserved forest on the south-east of the island.

And after you’re worn out from all this exploring, sit back and relax with the friendly locals of Niue. There are quaint cliff-top cafés and beach-front bars to enjoy the weather in!

Getting to Niue is easier than you might think; Air New Zealand do two weekly flights from Auckland, every Saturday and Wednesday mornings, and it only takes 3 and a half hours to touch down in Niue!

Here’s just a few of the adventures you’ll be able to get up to in Niue:

And more!

Whether you’re coming with a spouse, your family or just a group of friends, we’re sure you’ll have plenty to do, see and remember for years to come. In order to get the best possible Niue experience, organise your trip around one of the many annual village festivals – each a memorable experience of dancing, traditional arts, sport, food and fun!

Don’t be fooled by how close Niue is; this mysterious island offers a rich and vibrant culture to explore, and a magnificently beautiful island to discover. Lose yourself in the beauty of Niue, and discover another side of yourself!