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Polynesia - Niue

Walking along the trail, you will shortly reach the Palaha cave. This large cave is full of stalactites and stalagmites, typical formations of calcium carbonate in ​​vivid colors, thanks to the presence of various minerals too. - Courtesy of www.travel-tour-guide.com

Palaha Cave and Reef Flat

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Overview of Palaha Cave and Reef Flat

Palaha Cave in located on the North-West side of Niue, North of Alofi. It is a very easy place to find because there is a clear sign just beside the road. The track is short and easy, a little bit steep but nothing too demanding. Palaha is probably one of the biggest caves in Niue with a giant window opening to the reef flat. Once inside, if you walk in from the main saloon to the back of the cave, there are colorful stalactites and stalagmites in green and red composing a nice scenario. The reef flat is right in front of the cave mouth, also with easy access (just be careful because the wet rocks can be very slippery). The reef flat under the right conditions provides an easy, fun, and colorful snorkeling.

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Walking along the trail, you will shortly reach the Palaha cave. This large cave is full of stalactites and stalagmites, typical formations of calcium carbonate in ​​vivid colors, thanks to the presence of various minerals too. - Courtesy of www.travel-tour-guide.com Walking along the trail, you will shortly reach the Palaha cave. This large cave is full of stalactites and stalagmites, typical formations of calcium carbonate in ​​vivid colors, thanks to the presence of various minerals too. - Courtesy of www.travel-tour-guide.com Towards the outer part of the cave that looks at the Pacific Ocean, there are small pools nestled in the fossilized corals, which are filled with water during high tide or by just the sprays coming from waves. These holes are transformed into real natural aquarium, a sort of miniature ecosystems, complete with plants, fishes, crustaceans and various invertebrates. - Courtesy of www.travel-tour-guide.com The view from the cave that opens from the Palaha cave out to the Pacific Ocean, is spectacular. - Courtesy of www.travel-tour-guide.com The shapes, colors and sizes of the numerous caves in Niue are truly amazing and one would never expect to be able to see similar spectacles on a tiny coral island, lost in the South Pacific ocean. - Courtesy of www.travel-tour-guide.com

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