Your local guide will stop and show you through the plantations to view the natural way of growing root crops, explain to you the different varieties and their traditional usage. Introduce you to the indigenous farming techniques & customs. The tour will also bring your attention to interesting flora and fauna and an opportunity to sample some of the produce grown. Baiting and hunting the Uga (Coconut Crab) is also an exciting opportunity and a must do on Niue.
According to some European cave experts, Niue possesses the most spectacular and extensive cave system in the entire South Pacific.
Niue’s coastline is punctuated by literally hundreds of magnificent caves and chasms. All are unique and some, where the sea no longer invades, are used for the storage of canoes while others have been used as ancient burial places or homes in the past. Many are still being formed, with stalagmites and stalactites in all stages of formation. Many can be explored self guided but for those that dare tours can be arranged for some more challenging and impressive caves can be booked through the Visitor Information Centre. firstname.lastname@example.org
Caving & Adventure Tour Operators
A5 Plantation & Uga Tours
Ebony Forest Tours
What better way to acquaint yourself with Niue then by engaging in a eco-friendly tour with a knowledgeable guide who not only shares with you his great affinity with Niue’s rich tropical rainforest and its flora and fauna but also the secrets of Niue’s history and legends. A memorable stopover to Jacks workshop where he works as a carver using the local Ebony wood.
Talis Cave Tours
Explore Niue’s natural limestone caverns on a guided tour with Tali’s Cave Tours. These caves are located on traditional family land and are noted for their incredible variety of passageways including the infamous ‘keyhole’, diverse formations and fossils.