A tiny upthrust coral atoll rising to a height of just 197 feet above sea level, Niue is composed entirely of coralline limestone and marble. The island’s most striking feature is its rugged and rocky terrain. Steep cliffs along the coastline are honeycombed by caves, chasms, and blowholes. Niue prides itself on a forest that’s been undisturbed for centuries, it’s also a nature lover’s delight. With a population of just 1,600 people on its 99 square miles of land mass, this is one of the smallest and most delightful island nations in the world.
Please let us walk you through the Niue learning chapter. To make it easier for you to navigate, we have divided the information into the following sections:
Along the way you will find references to the South Pacific Tourism Organization website, the Niue Tourism Office website and other links. They are a vital source of information!
Niue Visitor Information Centre
Alofi, Niue Island
Tel: (683) 4224
Fax: (683) 4225