The Best Spas in Niue
The Best Spas in Niue

The Best Spas in Niue


Spa Treatments in Niue

Niue is a location of active adventures, which is all the more reason to at least spend an hour of your tropical getaway winding down with a rejuvenating massage. The small island has two fantastic spas, which is all you need, as well as becomes a host for wellness retreats throughout the year. Spas in Niue range from comprehensive mobile spa services to treatments using traditional Niuean techniques. Wherever you decide to unwind, you’re sure to leave feeling fresh and rejuvenated.

Before we get into the best spas in Niue, be sure to bookmark the 101 Things to Do in Niue: The Ultimate List featuring more amazing experiences.

Ways to Relax in Niue

Before we dive into the spas in Niue, here is a quick list of just a few ways to relax in Niue:

For more ideas and elaboration, see the 10 Glorious Ways to Relax in Niue.

The Best Spas in Niue(c)

Maulu Spa

In the privacy of your Niue accommodation or on the clifftops of the eco-friendly massage fale in Tamakautoga, Maulu Spa gives you options. And the options don’t stop with the location, as you have a range of massages and yoga sessions to choose from.


Maulu Spa can come to your accommodation fully equipped for your massage or yoga session. Alternatively, find the spa nestled in the coastal forest perched on the clifftops between Tamakautoga (where the Scenic Matavai Resort is) and Ana’ana Point. Note that they are open by appointment only. They are available Monday to Sunday.

Spa Treatments

Maulu Spa offers a range of massages starting from NZ$90. Enjoy a one-hour Balinese body massage is designed to remove tension, particularly around the should area. The Signature Aromatherapy Massage is a top choice, giving you the full works of a Thai, Deep Tissue and Balinese massage using relaxing aromatherapy oil. Their final massage option is a full-body relaxation massage easing into a bit of yoga known as Yoga Nidra or yogic sleep.


Maulu Spa also offers private yoga sessions to help you feel rejuvenated from your Niue getaway. There are two types of sessions available: a Yin Yoga and Hatha Yoga. Find out more in Where to Do Yoga in Niue.

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Tui Na Clinic

Conveniently located a short drive from Alofi town centre, Tui Na Clinic makes your experience effortless throughout. After long days exploring Niue, swimming and scuba diving, relieve the aches and pains with one of Tui Na Clinic’s relaxing massages.


Tui Na Clinic is located on Tapeu-Porrit Road between Alofi town and Hanan International Airport. Note that they are only open by appointment. They are available Monday to Saturday.

Spa Treatments

Tui Na Clinic offers a specialised traditional Niuean massage combined techniques from Chinese influence. The remedial and therapeutic massage uses local coconut oils and aims to relax your muscles and body.

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Wellness Retreats

The final place to experience a massage in Niue is on one of the many yoga and wellness retreats that take place on the island. Yoga retreats take place at the Scenic Matavai Resort where yoga is often the main focus, but often includes wellness and nutrition workshops, as well as at least one massage.

Wellness Retreats NZ does two retreats in Niue a year, which include a one-hour remedial massage with essential oils.

Find out more about what the wellness retreats entail in Yoga & Wellness Retreats in Niue.


Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Niue Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Niue. She knows the island inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Niue’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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