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As with most South Pacific countries, the best time to go is during the 'dry season' of May to October. Warm day time temperatures averaging mid to late 20's. Low humidity. As Niue is a raised coral atoll, sitting on it's own, it does get windy and showery from time to time, but certainly not cold. More settled and cooler temeratures with lower humidity are usuall from May through to September. This is the peak tourist season when the humpback whales also arrive to give birth in the shletered waters on the Western side of Niue
Niue’s annual rainfall ranges between 200 - 280 cms a year, most of which falls in the cyclone season - defined from 1st November to 31st April. The humidity and temperature rise during this period, with temperatures often 30 degrees, dropping to 25 degrees overnight. Cyclonic activity is more likely to occur in December to end of January when the surrounding sea temperatures are at their highest. The Nuiean Government has contingency plans and an advanced warning system if there is a possibility that a cyclone could track towards Niue. There are provisions for all citizens and visitors to be moved to safety prior to the arrival of any severe weather systems .
November to March/April is the 'wet season'. Humidity rises, temperatures rise, and cyclones are possible - Cyclone Heta in January 2004 almost destroyed the capitol Alofi.