travelling to Niue


Air New Zealand services Niue with twice weekly flights from Auckland, New Zealand, with an approximate flight time of just over 3 hours. Niue’s international Airport, Hanan (IUE), is less than 5 minutes from the main town Alofi. Please visit for the latest flight details.

Visitors to Niue need to pre-book their accommodation for the duration of their stay prior to arrival. This information will be needed to complete entry requirements upon landing. Visitors must also have sufficient funds to support themselves whilst in Niue and may be asked to validate this upon entry.

Please note: Camping and couch surfing are not available and not permitted in Niue.

Arriving yachts

Please check for clearance and mooring fee details.


Everyone is required to bring their passports.

- Passports and other documents accepted for entry must be valid for a minimum of 3 months from the arrival date. Passport Exemptions: - Citizens of Niue with a Certificate of Identity.

Visa required, except for Nationals of New Zealand being Niueans or descendants of Niueans. Visa required, except for Nationals of New Zealand not being Niueans or descendants of Niueans for a maximum stay of 30 days. Additional Information: - To identify Niueans, New Zealand passports will have a stamp - For Niueans or a descendant born in Niue, the passport personal details will show the place of birth. Descendants of Niue and born outside of Niue - Extension of stay possible. - Niue issues an Entry permit instead of a visa. Warning: - Visitors not holding return/onward tickets could be refused entry. CHECK LATEST NEWS AND UPDATES ON TRAVEL INFORMATION

Entry Visa

Not required by bona fide tourists staying less than 30 days with return or onward tickets and sufficient funds for length of stay. Extensions are available by applying to the Immigration Office before arrival: PO Box 67, Alofi, Niue Island. Phone (683) 4219 or (683) 4611 for enquiries.

Departure Tax

Niue's Departure Tax is included in Air New Zealand tickets, so passengers will not be required to physically pay Departure Tax at the airport on arrival.


ALL food items MUST be declared, NO home grown vegetables, fruits and herbs are to be brought into Niue as well as Honey, free range eggs and all meat and meat products must be bought from the butchers. Receipts are most helpful for bought products from butchers and supermarkets. Any item that poses a threat to Niue’s Biodiversity will be destroyed by the controlling Biosecurity Officer by means of incineration.

All food, animal products, plant material and other goods taken from Niue, must be issued with a phytosanitary certificate from the Quarantine Office located at the Hanan Airport Terminal, prior to flight departure.

The following items can be imported into Niue by persons 18 years and older without incurring duty. 50 cigarettes or 50g of tobacco, 3 bottles of spirits not exceeding 3.5 litres or wine not exceeding 3 litres. Cans of beer (max 8 litres) are acceptable; however beer in glass bottles will be confiscated on arrival. Duty Free alcohol within the limits can be purchased on arrival in Niue, at NB Liquor (the “Bond”) within 3 days of arriving on Niue. Duty Free may also be purchased by departing passengers. Only the airport sells duty free cigarettes and tobacco.

Firearms, ammunition and glass beer bottles are restricted imports. Artefacts, coral and valuable shells are restricted exports. Click here to email the Niue Immigration Office for more information.

Niueans returning home on one way airfares

Niueans are unique in that they travel on a New Zealand passport which is a foreign country despite our close ties. Because of international carrier obligations to which Air New Zealand must adhere to, it is not possible to travel to Niue on a one way airfare unless you can prove that you are either a Niuean by birth or the descendant of a Niuean.

To facilitate travel to Niue for ethnic Niueans on way tickets, a stamp can be placed in the holder’s passport which states them as either a Niuean or the descendant of a Niuean. The stamp can be obtained at Peleni’s Travel in Auckland, New Zealand or at the Niue Immigration Office once proof of identity is confirmed. It is important that this is completed well prior to intended travel to avoid possible disappointment at Auckland Airport on the day. For more information contact Peleni’s Travel in Auckland, New Zealand, phone +64 9 634 2444 or click here to email them. Or contact the Niue Immigration Office, phone (683) 4349 or click here to email them.



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Travel agents

Peleni’s Travel are the travel agents for Air New Zealand in Niue and can be contacted by phoning +64 9 634 2444 or click here to email them.