Getting here & around

'So Close - So Niue'

Step off the flight into the warmth of Niue, and let the magic begin.

Getting here and getting around



In addition to the regular weekly flight that leaves Auckland Saturday morning and arrives Niue Friday afternoon.

From around mid-April to the end of October a mid-week flight leaves Auckland on Wednesday morning.


The circle road around Niue is approx 65 kilometres long and is mostly sealed. The main routes between Alofi and surrounding villages are also sealed. The island is also cris-crossed with unsealed bush tracks to explore by bike, 4WD or on foot.

We recommend you hire a vehicle for the duration of your stay and this can be arranged before you travel. Operators provide airport pickup-drop off, which gives you the ultimate flexibility. Most operators offer a weekly rate.  Check with your rental firm about on-island vehicle insurance cover.

Transport choices include vans, cars, 4WD, motor bikes or mountain bikes. There's something for everyone. Fit and keen cyclists may find pedal power sufficient and supplement this with the occasional day car hire. Motor bikes are great for exploring bush tracks and many people find they work out well for their holiday transport.

Taxi services are limited.


We ensure you are welcomed at the airport on arrival and get you safely to your holiday home and settled in.

Once settled you can phone or call in if there is information or assistance you need.

Local knowledge certainly helps to get the most from your holiday.

Many an interesting chat we have had about the island lifestyle.