• Diving And Snorkeling - About - Niue Blue Island Experiences

    About Us

We fell in love with the gorgeous Pacific island of Niue, a tropical paradise on one of the world’s largest raised coral atolls. Here, we take people diving in some of the clearest waters in the world, with visibility reaching 80 metres. We take people snorkelling in pristine coves and caves, exploring chasms and reefs bursting with vibrant marine life, or interacting with whales and dolphins in their natural environment – in waters that are warm year-round. We recently purchased Buccaneer Adventures Niue Dive in early 2020, and have renamed it Niue Blue.

In the middle of getting our heads around the planning for Niue Blue, COVID-19 hit our shores and slightly put our plans awry. To put it mildly, probably not the best time to buy a dive business overseas! But we have, and we are pretty excited about it.

We started looking during 2017 and totally fell in love with Niue, the island, the people, its blue water, and its laidback style. Evan and Jana and their family joined forces with Kate and Jeroen, making a pretty strong and passionate team.

The owners in Niue Blue have been in business together running Dive! Tutukaka, operating NZ’s largest dive and snorkel operator out to the Poor Knights Islands for over 20 years, so you can be sure this is not our first rodeo! Combine this with 30 years of an existing Niue dive business, and that is almost fifty years of marine adventure experience – and we are still keen to learn more.

We’re excited to be continuing the existing long-standing relationship with the people of Niue, and further building on the reputation for delivering safe and fun marine adventure experiences from New Zealand into the South Pacific.

Contact us

Niue Blue is the most experienced watersports specialist in Niue, located in the village of Tamakautoga on the southwest of the island. Only a short 10-minute drive from the main town of Alofi and directly next door to the only resort in Niue, Scenic Matavai Resort.

We strongly recommend pre-booking before your arrival into Niue to avoid disappointment.

Contact

Email: dive@niueblue.com
Phone: +683 4311

Operating hours (Monday to Saturday)

7:30am – 5:00pm

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  • Swim with dolphins and snorkel Superb! Lovely people and remarkable snorkelling in such clear water with a pod of over 30 dolphins. Pure exhilaration! You only need to wear togs and jandals- they supply the rest.

    Lesley S Auckland, New Zealand

  • Wow, thats an amzing day full of discovery and nature. Loved the cruise! You guys rock.

    Mike McVey Gisborne NZ

  • Awesome afternoon out with the team. Went snorkeling in three locations, all with great features, Belly of the Whale was my favorite. Very knowledgeable about the history and culture!

    Wendy Heynen

@niueblue

Who decides which direction to swim in?
Some fish like to be at the front, some prefer to follow. Just like us.....
Behold the Lion Fish - Pterois volitans....with their feather like fins they seem majestic, however don't be fooled by their appearance.  There are 18 venomous spines hidden over their body.  Admire their beauty from afarπŸ’™
πŸ“Έ photo credit - Dawn
How do you describe the colour of the sea in Niue? SPECTACULAR πŸ™Œ
@annika_andresen πŸ“Έ
Up close and personal with a katualiπŸͺ±
πŸ“Έ photo credit - Dawn
What a way to start the day....watching the sunrise.
Sunny days in Avatele Bay with the spinner dolphins 🌞🐬
Next week is the first full moon in October, a sign that corals in Niue will spawn soon - we are keeping our eyes peeled and hope to be able to witness this amazing event one night! 🀞🏼
Leaping into October, the ocean, and school holidays πŸ πŸ’¦πŸŒž
Come for a swim with us in the Belly of the Whale cave πŸ‹ one of the more secret snorkel spots on Niue, the cave opens up to a beautiful white chamber at the end and natural light shines down into the water - you might even see a sea snake 🀍✨
Cruising with a beautiful white tip reef shark ✨
Magic just below the surface βœ¨πŸ’™
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