Niue is the world's smallest independent nation and an atypical Pacific Island in that this coral reef thrust out of the sea doesn't have any beaches of note and you won't be lounging on the sand at any point.
Cast adrift in the Pacific, between Tonga and the Cook Islands, the 'Rock of Polynesia' as Niue is known is wild and rugged; often rising vertically from the sea, there are limestone caverns and caves to explore and some of the region's most exciting and unusual dive spots to investigate, including the twin chimneys at Ana Mahanga. Elsewhere, swim with sea snakes at Snake gully, spot turtles at Hikutavake or watch humpback whales gather to breed off Avatele and Tamakatoga.
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