• Niue

    • Niue, internally self-governing island state in free association with New Zealand.
    • It is the westernmost of the Cook Islands but is administratively separate from them.
    • Niue lies some 1,340 miles (2,160 km) northeast of Auckland, New Zealand, and 240 miles (385 km) east of the Vavaʿu Group of Tonga, in the southwestern Pacific Ocean.
    • Niue is sometimes called “the Rock of Polynesia,” or simply “the Rock.
    • ” The capital and largest settlement is Alofi.
    • Area 100 square miles (260 square km).
    • Pop.
    • (2011) 1,613.

    Niue has so much to offer, here are some of the things Niue is known for.

    • Diving with tangles of sea snakes at Snake Gully or negotiating twin underwater chimneys at Ana Mahaga.
    • Hanging out in Alofi for a couple of very laid-back days.
    • Soaking up some Pacific Ocean power at Togo Chasm and Talava Arches.
    • Exploring the fish-filled reef pools near Matapa Chasm.
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