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Nuku'alofa, Tonga

Over 170 islands compose the last monarchy in Polynesia. Tongatapu ("Sacred Garden") is the largest island in the realm, and Nuku'alofa is both its capital and its largest town. Never colonized by the West, Tonga remains one of the last expressions of pure Polynesian culture. Tonga also boasts magnificent white-sand beaches, stunning coral islets and the most spectacular blowholes in the Pacific.

Polynesians may have colonized Tonga as early as the 5th century B.C. The island boasts some of the most important archaeological sites in the Pacific.

Nuku'alofa port ? the ship Dock Alongside the Queen Salote Wharf

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  • Royal Palace & Tombs Royal Palace & Tombs

    This stunning Royal Palace was shipped from New Zealand and assembled in Nuku'alofa in 1867, while the Royal Tombs are the final resting places of the founder of modern Tonga and his descendants.

  • Tongan National Center Tongan National Center

    This colorful heritage center boasts a large collection of island art. View traditional dance performances, plus demonstrations of the many island crafts, such as mat weaving and woodcarving.

  • Blowholes Blowholes

    Some of the most spectacular blowholes in the South Pacific can be found along the terraced coastline of south west Tongatapu. They are known as 'Chief's Whistles', and water sprays 30-feet into the air.

  • Ha'amonga 'a Maui Trilithon Ha'amonga 'a Maui Trilithon

    This three-stone arch was believed to have served as an ancient astronomical calendar. It was constructed around the 13th century, by the 11th Tongan King as a gateway to his royal compound.

  • Day Trips to Islands Resorts Day Trips to Islands Resorts

    Pangaimotu Island is Tonga's most popular offshore resort. It boasts a gorgeous white-sand beach, plus a ten-hole golf course, snorkeling activities, and one of the South Pacific's classic pubs. Fafa Island Resorts is a 17-acre South Sea Paradise with bungalows, a white sand beach and an excellent dining.

  • Lapaha (Langi Tombs) Lapaha (Langi Tombs)

    Lapaha, a historic village on Tonga's eastern coast, served as the former seat of the Tui Tonga, the island's rulers from 1200 to 1865. View the remains of the palace complex and royal tombs.

  • Flying Foxes Flying Foxes

    The island's amazing Flying Foxes are considered by Tongans to be sacred creatures. These unique nocturnal fruit-bats sleep upside-down in the rainforest canopy, with their arms folded.

  • North Shore Beach North Shore Beach

    Otuhaka Beach is a stunning white-sand beach which is located on Tongatapu's North Shore. It is popular with tourists for its excellent surf, sun-bathing and snorkeling among the corals. Liku'alofa Beach Resort the perfect location to cool and off relax.

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