Niue is a small island nation in the South Pacific Ocean. It’s known for its limestone cliffs and coral-reef dive sites. Migrating whales swim in Niue's waters between July and October. In the southeast is the Huvalu Forest Conservation Area, where trails through fossilized coral forests lead to the Togo and Vaikona chasms. The northwest is home to the rock pools of Avaiki Cave and the naturally formed Talava Arches.
The climate of Niue, an island of the South Pacific, located just north of the Tropic of Capricorn, therefore in the Southern Hemisphere, is tropical, with a warmer period, muggy and rainy, from November to April, and a cooler and drier period from May to October, during which the south-east trade winds dominate. In the warmer period, temperatures hover around 28/29 °C (82/84 °F) during the day, and around 22/24 °C (72/75 °F) at night, while in the cooler period, daytime temperatures drop to around 25/26 °C (77/79 °F), and night-time temperatures to around 20/21 °C (68/70 °F). In the warmer period, sometimes the temperature exceeds 35 °C (95 °F), while in the cooler period at night it can drop below 15 °C (59 °F), especially in July and August.
Niue dollar is the currency of Niue average conversion rate
1 NUIE DOLLAR = INR 46.89
The most popular Niue souvenirs are hats, mats, bags, and baskets made from locally grown pandanus. Niuean weaving is considered amongst the finest in the Pacific and the local women are very proud of their skills. The items are all hand made by local woman and are increasingly rare works of art.