This South Pacific island is the smallest independent nation on the planet, though boasts a wealth of attractions that belie its diminutive size.
Brimming with adventure, Niue’s rugged topography encompasses stunning coastal cliffs and labyrinthine caves interspersed with untouched, secluded beaches and fringed by rainforests and crystal-clear, coral-rich waters, making it a perfect playground for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure enthusiasts alike.
Situated on a coastal cliff-top, with stunning 180-degree vistas of the Pacific Ocean, Scenic Matavai Resort Niue, offers an authentic Niuean experience combined with contemporary luxury, and has a range of room options available.Book Now
New Zealand based Scenic Hotel Group, the largest independent hotel group in the country was born out of a passion for New Zealand and its South Pacific neighbours, and for the last four decades, has consistently delivered outstanding service and value for money.Book Now
Experience, contemporary luxury, Niuean hospitality, and the breathtaking beauty of the country in this world-class resort.Book Now
There are no direct flights from the UK to Niue. The easiest route is from London to Auckland via a number of operators then on to Niue with Air New Zealand.
July to October is the best time to visit as the weather is dry and warm and it coincides with whale-watching season.
We recommend a minimum of 5 days.
British citizens do not require a visa to enter Niue and may remain there for up to 90 days.