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Cheap flights from Niue

Niue is a small island country located in the South Pacific Ocean, approximately halfway between Tonga and the Cook Islands. It encompasses a land area of 260 square kilometres (100 sq mi), with a population of about 1,400. It is also referred to as "The Rock," due to the traditional name "Rock of Polynesia." Its capital and largest village is Alofi. The official languages spoken are Niuean and English. Niue is a self-governing state in free association with New Zealand, with most of the state’s diplomatic relations conducted by New Zealand on its behalf. Its people are citizens of New Zealand, with Queen Elizabeth II as Head of State. Although not a member of the United State, its status as a freely associated state has been accepted by UN organizations as equivalent to independence for international law purposes. Niue is the first “Wi-Fi nation” in the world, providing wireless Internet access throughout the country by the Internet Users Society-Niue.

Where to go

There’s not much to do and see at Niue’s capital, Alofi, although there would be no problem when it comes to finding accommodations. The city is small enough and can be explored thoroughly on foot or by bicycle – which can also double as sightseeing. One can check out the wharf, which is a great area for water activities, although note that fishing and other activities are prohibited on Sunday. The visibility is excellent. Alofi is also home to the main eating places and rest assured, there’s a variety of meals offered here. The town centre has the "Tavana's Café," which offers fish and chips and others. There’s also Crazy Uga Café and Falala Fa Cafe & Bar. Some of the bars one can check out if they want to drink are Customs & Bond Store, Double M Butchery, and Jenna's.

About four hours from Niue is the city of Auckland, the largest metropolitan area in both Polynesia and New Zealand, with a population of approximately 1.5 million. It is located in the northern half of the North Island. Some of the notable places one should visit here include Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, which houses New Zealand’s most extensive national and international art collection, in an award-winning landmark building on the edge of Albert Park, nonetheless. There’s also Auckland War Memorial Museum, which displays collections of significant importance and offers scenic views of the Waitemata Harbour and islands of the Hauraki Gulf that can be seen from a good position in Auckland Domain. There’s also Auckland Domain, the oldest park in the city. It hosts weekend sports events. Other places worth checking out include New Zealand National Maritime Museum, Sky Tower, Auckland Zoo, The StarDome Observatory, Kelly Tarlton's, and MOTAT (Museum of Transport and Technology).

Unfortunately, there are no long-haul flights provided by Niue International Airport at present. A connecting flight from Auckland would be necessary to get to your destination.

How to get out

Niue International Airport, also known as Hanan International Airport, serves the state. Air New Zealand is currently the only airline that operates here, providing flights to and from Auckland New Zealand twice a week.

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