Embark on an unforgettable journey to the enchanting Kingdom of Tonga, a true gem nestled in the sparkling waters of the South Pacific. As one of the last remaining Polynesian monarchies, Tonga boasts a vibrant culture and warm-hearted people who will welcome you with open arms.

Where is Tonga?

Tonga is located in the South Pacific Ocean. It is situated east of Fiji and Australia, south of Samoa and American Samoa, and north of New Zealand. Comprising 169 islands, only 36 of them inhabited, Tonga stretches across approximately 800 kilometres in a north-south line. The country's capital, Nuku'alofa, is located on the main island of Tongatapu.

The Kingdom of Tonga

The Friendly Islands Welcome You to Explore

Be in awe of the breathtaking white-sand beaches, turquoise lagoons, and lush tropical landscapes. With over 170 islands to explore, you'll never run out of discoveries. From swimming with majestic humpback whales to witnessing ancient Polynesian stone structures, there's no shortage of wonders to experience in Tonga.

What is There to Do in Tonga?

Visit Mapu'a 'a Vaea Blowholes
Swim with the Whales
Explore Nuku'alofa

Visit Mapu'a 'a Vaea Blowholes

Venture off the beaten path to the Mapu'a 'a Vaea Blowholes, one of Tonga's phenomenal natural attractions. Also known as the "Whistle of the Noble", this impressive site is located on the island of Tongatapu along its southern coast. As waves crash into the shore, they force water through natural channels in the volcanic rock, resulting in a breathtaking display of geysers. The largest blowholes can send water spouts up to 30 metres into the air. Visitors are often mesmerised by the awe-inspiring spectacle, backed by the striking soundtrack of the 'whistle'.

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