Linger Longer in Tonga
Eco Tour of Tonga
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Begin your adventure on Tongatapu where you will take in the best sites of the island. This includes the Blow Holes, Tsunami Rock, the Natural Bridge Lookout and the incredible Anahulu Cave Pools for a refreshing Swim!
In the evening the group will participate in the Oholei buffet hosted inside a cave! During dinner, you can sit back and relax as you watch an incredible cultural performance of dancing and fire twirling.
Today’s the day you’ve been waiting for! Board a ferry for a 2 hour transfer to the island of Eua. From June to October, Eua is the home to pods of humpbacks where they make their annual voyage from Antarctica to give birth– and Eua happens to be one of the best places in the world to view these incredible cetaceans.
Expect to be picked up from your hotel and taken to the Wharf for your safety briefing. Sit back and relax during your transfer by boat, enjoying the blue skies and crystal clear waters while traveling at a calm unhurried pace that minimizes the disturbance of the whales beneath the surface.
Today the choice is yours! Depart to Fafa Island for a day of sun, snorkeling and fun! This marine reserve is located a short 20 minute trip from mainland. The island is guarded by a coral reef ensuring swimming and snorkeling in crystal clear blue waters. Due to it’s beauty and uniqueness, the government of Tonga has declared the lagoon and reef around Fafa Island as a special marine protected area.
In the late afternoon, you will return to the mainland where you can participate in a traditional Tongan class of tapa making, mat weaving or coconut oil making.
The options are endless in the Tonga!
There’s so much more to explore! Extend your travels to experience more of this Pacific Paradise. Let us help create the tropical itinerary of your dreams!
Mālō ‘etau lava!
Venture to Tonga, the Polynesian kingdom of more than 170 islands located in the South Pacific! Explore pristine beaches, blowholes and caves. Swim with ocean giants and indulge in local customs and traditions. Many uninhabited islands are lined with white beaches, protected by vibrant coral reefs and covered with tropical forests. You will begin your exploration on the main island of Tongatapu which is surrounded by lagoons and limestone cliffs. Tongatapu is also home to the capital of Nuku’alofa.
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