Reef Resort

Address: Kapa Island, Neiafu, Vava'u, Tonga | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Kapa Island, Neiafu, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Good things come to those who wait

      A travel blog entry by janeakerman on Oct 06, 2014

      2 photos

      ... that Mum weighed about 30-40 tonnes and she did a couple of full body breaches. Pretty spectacular to see. The bub was having lots of fun doing full body breaches one after another. We followed the pair for a number of hours, but Mum was being a bit elusive. They would come up for air and then dive and be gone forever and then would turn up in the least expected place. Last night I did some rearranging of ...

      Vava’u, Tonga: A Slice of Real Polynesia

      A travel blog entry by ainsleyq on Aug 24, 2013

      8 photos

      ... makes for calm, crystal-clear waters just right for snorkeling. It was the perfect setting for a relaxing afternoon swim.

      We capped off the day with a great dinner at Mango Café located at the Neiafu waterfront, where we had a magnificent view of the sun setting over Koko Bay.

      Day 3: Vava’u Surprises

      Having had our whale encounter on our first day, the pressure was off on this last day. We started the day off slowly, ...

      Bora Boran Adventure

      A travel blog entry by craig_dickson on May 30, 2013

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... above us. The final ascent to the top involved one last climb using the provided lifeline, only this time the face was almost totally vertical and there was no longer the comfort of the surrounding vegetation to cloud the sense of altitude we had reached. This time it was out in the open air, above the tree line and subjected to a strong wind whipping straight against the mountainside. To put it plainly, it was the most difficult and unnerving section of the whole venture. But ...

      The final leg

      A travel blog entry by davidandnicky on Mar 22, 2013

      22 photos

      ... as much about hiding evidence as it was a gift! As the following day was a Sunday, everything shut down with the exception of the churches which I am aware tourists are welcome to attend provided they dress well. Given I am nearing the end of my trip, ‘well dressed’ is not a term I would currently use to describe myself and I felt left with few options but to wonder the abandoned streets with a growing pack of wild dogs stopping outside the various churches ...

      Wonderous Whale Tales

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Oct 11, 2012

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... 4m at birth and weigh up to 2.5 tons. They gain approximately 25kg a day (roughly 1kg per hour) on their mother’s milk, which is between 65-70% fat and resembles the consistency cottage cheese. While nursing, the mom will fast and typically lose about 1/3 of their normal body weight. When the calves have put on about 10cm of blubber, the whales return to the Antarctic summer-feeding grounds. Calves typically stay with their ...