There’s a good chance you’ve never heard of Niue, one of the world’s smallest independent nations. Located 2400 kilometres northeast of New Zealand, this remarkable country is the largest raised coral atoll in the world. Between the rugged coastline, powerful waves, stunning lagoons and coral-filled forests, Niue is a dream for the adventurous traveller, even with a baby in tow.
It’s a long way from North America, but New Zealand is an easy place to travel with a baby once you’re there. Being in the Southern Hemisphere, it’s a fabulous destination if you’re keen to change seasons altogether. Kiwis are naturally friendly and helpful, and you’ll fall in love with the diverse and idyllic scenery.
My husband decided that the best way to get ready for the arrival of our little bundle in March was to start combining his household chores with his outdoor adventures. Here he is taking care of the ironing on Mt. Lady Macdonald near Canmore yesterday. There’s nothing stopping him from getting outside even when the chores are calling! 🙂