Adventure land of Niue
Largest upraise coral isle of Niue is also one of the smallest but unique independent countries of the world. The rocky coastline of these atolls will bring all the possible adventures through mystique caves and limestone gulf. Travel Niue for exploring the underwater grotto and pacific tunnels as you dive, snorkel and go fishing.
Dark Blue Ocean is inviting especially to see the humpback whales and the newborns along Tamakautoga and Avatele. Rugged coastline and idyllic Isles with blooming orchids and hibiscus, fluttering butterflies this is a paradise on earth. Wildlife of weka, parakeets and white tailed terns provides excellent bird watching activities.
Matapa Chasm has steep cliffs to enjoy and Togo Chasm located on the eastern part of the island has rugged coastline and towering corals, crystalline sand and beautiful palms. Monthly ear piercing and hair dressing ceremonies form a part of the tradition of this land. Talava Arches first seen by Captain Cook in the 18th century; it has the mysterious stalactites and stalagmites that are visible during the low tide.
Scattered hotels and untouched beauty of nature gives you the desired privacy and solitude at all times. The inhabitants of this island have arrived in the early 17th century. The warm and friendly people of this country offer good conversation at the cliff mounted café and beachside bars.
Palaha Cave is uniquely colored and dramatically sculpted with small pool and many caves joined together. Alofi is famed for handicraft shops and weekly market offers many sopping options.
Many restaurants offer regional specialties of local ferns, chicken, fish and sea food cooked in coconut cream along with other fresh vegetables keep your appetites satisfied. This land known as the Rock of Polynesia will keep you engrossed into adventures and scenic beauty of the ocean as you travel Niue for your next vacation.