Puataukanave International Hotel

Address: PO Box 24, Neiafu, Vava'u, Tonga | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Neiafu

      Big Mama

      A travel blog entry by janeakerman on Oct 07, 2014

      2 photos

      ... of a sudden he yells "breach"!!! There were two whales about 2 km away doing full body breaches. They musy have been huge adults because we could see them quite clearly. We started to head towards them and then off to the right of the boat and much closer we saw three plumes. This was a mum and Bub with an escort (male). They seemed to be pretty cool with us being close by so Noosa started to get closer to position us for a drop. as he was doing that ...

      Return to MacPelican - The Sequel

      A travel blog entry by lambertry on Jun 22, 2014

      4 comments, 16 photos

      ... NZ and others are coming back from spending cyclone season in NZ and now continuing on to Fiji. We are on the lookout for kid boats. Finn is aching for some real kids – I am a poor second no matter how many tantrums I have. NEWS FLASH!! An NZ boat has popped by with 2 kids ( boys 9 & 11) and invited us onto beach for some pig. See ya..... On Saturday we hit the town of Neiafu - markets, get some laundry done and ...

      8 Sept -19 Sept 2013 - Vava'u - Kingdom of Tonga

      A travel blog entry by lambertry on Sep 08, 2013

      24 photos

      ... been able to purchase one at the right price. Already Finn and Paul have been out for solo paddles and looking forward to more. On our first night out we headed for Lape Island where we booked in for a local village feast for the evening. It is one of the small outlying villages with a school of eleven children and the feast is a fundraiser. We are taken for a tour of the island by the head man of the village and shown their crops of taro, Chinese cabbage, ...

      Bora Boran Adventure

      A travel blog entry by craig_dickson on May 30, 2013

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... six weeks before while trying to reach the top, albeit he was in his sixties and probably shouldn't have attempted it in the first place. Despite this piece of local hearsay, and the advice of several other folk, we decided to completely ignore the sign stating it was STRONGLY recommended not to proceed past a certain point without a guide and began our ascent to greatness.
      To begin with there is a reasonably well defined path that cuts through thick jungle, but before long this ...

      Wonderous Whale Tales

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Oct 11, 2012

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... a bit before going back to the safety under mom’s chin. This cycle was repeated over and over again. Eventually, mom would decide that it was time to move on and she would ever so slightly move her large pectoral fins and the two of them would swim off together.

      If you’ve held out this long without watching the video yet, what are you waiting for? If you’re one of the impatient people out there who wakes up ...