Lagoon Lodge

Address: 'Umusi, Nuku'alofa, Tongatapu, Tonga | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 'Umusi, Nuku'alofa, is near Ha'atafu Beach, Tuvalu Philatelic Bureau, Ambo Island, and Funafuti Marine Conservation Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Nuku'alofa

    Tonga cruise port...

    A travel blog entry by bevanow on Jan 31, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... take some pics ...and finish this entry then ..... and if I can't mail it then - will do so on Monday - after I get back from my snorkelling excursion ( thanx Cindy for one of my birthday presents!!!). Later: docking delayed due to another cruise ship coming in just ahead of us!!...geez ...the island will be swarming with tourists tomorrow with no place open because of ...

    Tripadvisor revenge, Tongan golf and 'Ordo'

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 15, 2015

    11 photos

    ... from our previous host. She then told us that this sort of behaviour was not uncommon from the owners of some resorts, who were well known for such attempts at sabotage. It did transpire that we were the only guests that evening and so had to be shown to our beachside fale by George the security guard who, we found out, had lived in America his whole life until he was deported 'back' to Tonga due to a succession of drug related crimes he had committed. Since he had never lived ...

    Tongan tourism, Harold Bishop and Fire Dancing

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 14, 2015

    28 photos

    ... great and far outstripped demand, even from the locals. Fully sated we headed into the adjacent cave for a 'traditional' dance show - I say 'traditional' as one can never help but feel that such performances are inevitably contrived in their creation as a tourist money maker. Despite my cynical reservations, the performance and the setting, in particular, was a pleasure to behold. Helen beamed throughout and questioned why not everyone else was (I don't think she's ever ...

    Walking in the land of Giants!

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 14, 2015

    13 photos

    ... us accommodation for the evening at a reasonable price. Since we found out that our planned activity for the day (staying a night on the nearest island, Pangamoitu) was not available due to the size of the waves - which turned out to be a relief given the size of the (rowing) boat we would have had to ride - we opted instead to spend the day on Fafa island which was a little further away and too expensive for us to stay a night on. Fortunately, the boat to take us there was at ...

    World Cruise Day #35

    A travel blog entry by ryanhamer1 on Feb 08, 2014

    ... worked at the presidents office and was also her chauffeur as she did the tour guide side of things. She gave us an unexpected narrated tour of Tonga and we started by arriving at the Anahulu' caves. Several Tongan teenagers lead us into a natural cave which was previously used for hiding as it was pitch black. We made our way in using torches to see, soon after we arrived and there was a large pool of fresh water and we all ...