Niue explorations inculcate the sense of being adventurous, require to leave your idleness at home and most importantly it expects from you not to expect standard Pacific Island experience. It may not offer you rejuvenating palm-fringed beaches, but will motivate you to discover the secret of the caves and chasms made up of limestone highlighting the island's rocky coast.
Niue (New-ay) is an island nation situated in the South Pacific Ocean. Generally, it is popular as the “Rock of Polynesia”, and natives prefer to call it “the Rock” with love. It has occupied the total land area of 260 kms, where about 1,400 people belonging to Polynesian community reside. The frequently spoken languages here are Niuean and English and its capital city Alofi has loads of charm and beauty to attract you.
Niue excites you to know more about the unique underwater tunnels and caverns, go fishing in the dark indigo depths enclosing the island. stumbling upon humpback whales nursing their newborn in Niue’s warm waters from the months of June to October, spending a day at famous beach-front bars, cliff-top cafés, etc. The country is dramatically and challengingly very different from other island nations also because of its lively local entrepreneurs that offer you an eco-friendly travel experience.