Staying in Niue


Niue offers a range of accommodation, from a full-service resort to smaller motels and bed & breakfasts, with most of it located in or near Alofi. See Accommodation for more details.


Niue is a unique, tropical island destination that offers an amazing range of interesting and beautiful natural features to explore, such as rainforests, caves, beautiful secluded coves and coral outcrops. It also offers a variety of recreation options and activities that include biking, golf, diving and snorkelling, caving, swimming with dolphins (and maybe even with whales!), whale watching, fishing, scenic walking tracks, and a range of tours and excursions.

For those wanting to explore Niuean culture, Niue has its own Art Gallery, Sculpture Park and National Museum, and there is always culture and craft on display during the 14 annual show-day festivals.

Niue is also the place to be if you simply want to relax and unwind on a beautiful tropical island where the air is clean, the people are friendly and life moves at a gentle pace.

FYI: Sunday is a special day reserved for Niue’s strong church-going population. Swimming, fishing, kayaking and diving are prohibited by law on Sundays, but you can swim at many locations away from the villages without causing any offense.