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Niue Island

Niue is a large, upraised coral atoll -  it is a standalone island in the centre of a triangle of nations made up of Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands, located 2400km northeast of New Zealand, on the eastern side of the international dateline.

The whole country of Niue is like ‘one resort’. At just 269 sq. km,  it is one of the smallest countries and the largest raised coral atoll on earth. Niue is a Pacific Island paradise like no other -  a place where nature hasn't been broken, and things are definitely 'the way they used to be'. 

If you are looking for a relaxing break and want to get away from your busy life, Niue could be a place for you. You can fly to the island directly from Auckland, New Zealand.

You can swim with dolphins, see whales close-up or snorkel in warm, safe waters teeming with colourful fish. Visit the biggest little yacht club in the world, catch your 1st deep-sea fish or walk the many scenic tracks along the clifftops.

With an average water temperature of 23 degrees Celsius, a typical tropical climate and kind, caring people, you will feel the warmth year-round.

Niue is not the easiest place to get to and we recommend adding a stay with your New Zealand adventure. What would be a better way to finish the New Zealand tour than have a few days in paradise before you return home? 

Ask more, and we will plan your itinerary with the flights and activities to suit you. But please note, being a small and remote island, it doesn’t offer as many tourist activities as some of the other larger islands – and maybe that’s exactly what you want!  

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