On an island far far away, there once lived a duck named Trevor. Nobody knew where he came from, because until his arrival there was no duck on the island. He had appeared mysteriously on this remote rocky island after one violent storm.
Located in the South Pacific, about 2,400 kilometers northeast of New Zealand, this island called Niue is a country of its own, the entirety of which is confined inside a single 260-square-kilometer coral atoll. But Niue is far from cramped. It has a population of only 1,600 and the island itself is extremely green with imposing limestone cliffs and caves, sheltered rocky coves, secret beaches, and coral reefs. Many tourists, especially from New Zealand and Australia, come here for its famous diving sites and crystal clear water.