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About Niue

Niue lies in the zone of the South-East Trades. Temperature averages 80F (27C) in December to March and 75F (24C) from April through November. Weather is generally pleasant all year round. Niue is located about 1500 miles north-east of New Zealand, in the center of a triangle of Polynesian Islands made up of Tonga, Samoa and Rarotonga (Cook Islands).

Niue sits atop an undersea mountain and boasts crystal clear water that drops to hundreds of feet just off the shoreline There are no rivers or streams to affect visibility, and rainwater filters through the coral structure of the Island, entering the ocean crystal clear and devoid of any silt run-off.

Dives are into the open Pacific Ocean as Niue has no fringing reef or lagoon. These two factors mean that we seldom experience dives with underwater visibility less than 100 ft.. Water temperature is around 84F (29C) in January and 77F (25C) in August.

Within just a few hundred yards from shore you can dive over canyons, through caves or visit drop-offs.

 


 










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