Welcome to the Alofi – Niue cruise port guide. Consider yourself lucky if you are making Niue your port of call for the day. First thing you need to know about this island is that there is not a lot to see and do on this conservative island. It is not an island which is build to welcome massive forms of tourism or to entertain visitors with wild attractions and cocktails bars. This is a simple low key island which is probably one of the last ports of call that just wants to show its island exactly the way it is. Niue doesn’t shout of its rooftops how they are the best or most beautiful. You just have to take it as it is and that makes it such a special experience. You will get a sense of local life on a remote island in the middle of the South Pacific. Alofi is where your cruise ship will take you, which is situated on the west side of the island. It is the capital city of Niue and home to less than 1000 people, which makes it the 2nd smallest national capital city in the world (first being Ngerulmud, capital of Palau). Read the Niue cruise port guide underneath for all the information on your docking location, transportation options and more.