Niue's coast is no doubt the most beautiful part of the island. Seeing it from the sea point of view will give you a different prospective of this unique island.
Taking one of our Educational Sea Tours you will be able to see beautiful cliff formations, coves and caves small and large, which cannot be seen from land.
Our sea tours focus on the educational aspect as well as on the experience, on and under the water.
Magical Niue offers the most exciting snorkelling trips in Niue.
We take you snorkelling with our boat to a few snorkelling sites no one else will. Some of the sites are very special, and different from each other. We are sure you will love our snorkelling trip, which includes site seeing, and swim with the dolphins if encountered.
Our tour includes light educational information about the island, it's reefs, corals, reef fish and other creatures you will likely to see when snorkeling, as well as interesting facts about the local dolphins and sharks, or anything else you would like to know about, enhancing your understanding and appreciation of what you will be seeing underwater
Fish and coral ID cards will be available to take with you when snorkeling if you wish.
Tour may includes visiting and learning the true account of Captain Cook's landings.
All Snorkeling gear, including wet suits is included.
Total duration of trip is approximately 3 hrs.
Educational Sea Tour - Site Seeing:
This tour is for those who do not wish to enter the water, but would like to enjoy seeing the beauty of the west coast of the island from the sea.
It includes light educational information about the island, the reef and some of the marine life that can be found in the island's waters. If lucky, we may be able to enjoy the company of the local dolphins.
In season, from July to September, we may be able to see the whales as well.
It also includes visiting Captain Cook landing, and learning the true account of what actually happened on his two landing attempts.
Tour covers about 20-25kms of coast line.
Total duration of tour is approximately 2 hours.