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Niue
Niue is an island in the South Pacific. It is commonly known as "Polynesia cliff." Although Niue is self-governing, the island is loosely associated with New Zealand. Niue is located 2400 km northeast of Auckland and 3900 km northeast of Sydney in a triangle between Tonga, Samoa and the Cook Islands.
Niue is an island with a tropical climate, located in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Tonga. It is the world's largest coral atolls of water. The terrain of Niue consists of steep limestone cliffs along the coast with a central plateau. Most of the rain that falls here is between November and April.

Swimming with whales and dolphins, diving in underwater caves in crystal clear waters, discover your own secluded sandy cove teeming with colored fish, snorkel over bright corals in warm waters and explore amazing caves with ease ... and it's only the first day of Niue!

After visiting Niue there will be a place for you to say, "I have a friend who lives there." In fact, you will probably have some. You come as a visitor and leave as a friend.

 
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