Tonga holidays offer a truly laid-back South Pacific atmosphere far from the commercial tourism offered by its neighbours. Tourism evolve around its exceptional water activities with tranquil bays and lagoons for sailing, unique whale watching opportunities (May-Oct) and world class game fishing.
The Ha'apai group is comprised of 62 islands. The islands include barrier reefs, shallow lagoons, coral shoals, and even active volcanoes, but most are small low-lying coral atolls. The size of the smallest island is less than 1 hectare, and even the largest island is less than 18 square miles.
The new and improved Heilala Holiday Lodge is now located on the stunning sandy beaches of Haʻatafu and Kanokupolu, with the most picturous sunsets, the best surfing on the main island, great snorkelling and a beautiful sandy beach that stretches over a kilometer long and from where you can spot Tonga’s famous humpback whales in season.
NOA Guest House intends to provide a serene setting for our guests to enjoy the many splendors of the beautiful Kingdom of Tonga. Each guest will be treated with the kind of attention that is reserved for family. When our guests arrive we want them to leave their troubles at the door and step into a world of luxury and rest. As owners we intend to see that attention to detail and service will be followed by a staff dedicated to each guest.
Welcome to Taina’s Place - clean, attractive, charming, great value accommodation located on the edge of the forest on ‘Eua Island in the Kingdom of Tonga. It is run by Taina and her extended family, so you will be assured of finding true Tongan hospitality and a place to relax!
Nested in the South Pacific, the Kingdom of Tonga is the 'True South Pacific'. With over 170 islands, there's plenty to do for every traveller. From historic tours around Tongatapu, to adventure activities and water sports like diving and whale watching, to staying in a boutique hotel on the stunning islands of Vava'u, you'll find it all here. This is the official site of the Ministry of Tourism / Tonga Visitors Bureau.