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Water Sports

Surrounded by coral gardens and with the water so clear in places you can see 40 metres down, the islands of Tonga offer premium diving and snorkelling experiences. Swim inside the Swallows Cave and dive into Mariners Cave from the island of Vava’u. From Ha’apai, view captivating marine life and colourful corals. Discover the "The Green Wall" of Ha’ano Islands – a long drop-off that plunges towards the great Tongan trench. Beluga Dive Vavau Fangafoa Marina, Vava'u, info@belugadivingvavau.com www.belugadivingvavau.com Dolphin Pacific Diving:
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Tongan National Culture Centre

On the main island Tongatapu, you can gain an insight into the history of the Kingdom of Tonga by visiting the Tongan National Centre. It contains many historical artifacts and the cultural tours are very good value. You can witness traditional dancing, locals make tapa, weave baskets and carve. At the dinner show you will experience traditional dishes – many cooked in an underground oven – an umu – then afterwards be entertained by dancers and musicians. It is one of the highlights of the tours around the island of Tongatapu.
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Eua National Park

On ‘Eua, the National Park is considered one of the best walks in the South Pacific. Walk through pristine forest, explore the rugged southern coastline, caves, chasms, waterfalls and see panoramic views. You may hear the raucous cry of the ‘koki – or red-breasted musk parrot – found only on ‘Eua. It is a great trip for fit people who are keen on nature and adventure. A guide is essential. The trip takes 7 hours and is not suitable for children under 12 years. It is easy to get to ‘Eua, you can either go there with a ferry from Nuku’alofa and takes about two hours, or by flight witch only takes 8 minutes for a trip.
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