Vava'u Harbourview Resort

Address: Toula, Neiafu, Vava'u, Tonga | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Toula, Neiafu, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Neiafu

      Good things come to those who wait

      A travel blog entry by janeakerman on Oct 06, 2014

      2 photos

      ... me so my nose was at the raw hamburger stage today. Yeah, that was a lot of fun in the salt water! But even better was having to sneeze with a mask and snorkel on. So I guess I was making a different kind of offering to the sea gods. :-) As we did last time we all focused on finding a whale to play with. We finally spotted a plume at 10 o'clock on the whale spotting clock. Mum and bub were breaching. ...

      Vava’u, Tonga: A Slice of Real Polynesia

      A travel blog entry by ainsleyq on Aug 24, 2013

      8 photos

      ... Tongan woman – had also arranged for us to join a traditional Tongan feast at Ene’io beach. The place is run by the former minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, and adjoins the Ene’io Botanical Gardens.

      After enjoying a delicious lunch of traditional island favorites like roast suckling pig, seafood and salads, we went to explore the beach. Ene’io beach is a lovely stretch of white sand almost formed like a little ...

      Bora Boran Adventure

      A travel blog entry by craig_dickson on May 30, 2013

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... make the next step, now was not the time to make a mistake. We skirted around the base of the final cliff, carefully negotiating the narrow ledge that wound its way to the other side of the mountain. From here the view across the lagoon was incredible. I could see for miles, looking down on the different bays and small villages really emphasized how high we were, but no one was in the mood for hanging around on the precipice, we swiftly moved on and pushed on for the summit that ...

      The final leg

      A travel blog entry by davidandnicky on Mar 22, 2013

      22 photos

      I had an entertaining flight from Nadi (Fiji) to Tongatapu (Tonga) during which I was adopted into a Tongan family of nine concluding with the 13 year old daughter holding my hand through immigration (which must happen regularly as no one looked twice) and then insist I keep a ring she had bought at the market as my 'first gift from Tonga'. Note: she did mention that she bought the ring with money her parents had given her to buy the family a newspaper – so it may ...

      Wonderous Whale Tales

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Oct 11, 2012

      5 comments, 1 photo

      ... thought that these might aid the whale in swimming faster than they would if it were a smooth surface??? There is an energy company that has started experimenting with wind generator blades that have similar warts on them. The company claims that they can generate more power from this new blade style because of faster revolutions that are achieved.

      A mature male adult is about 16m long and weighs about 40 to 45 tons. The calves ...