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'Eua Island, Experience the natural beauty that is 'Eua Island Tonga. 'Eua's Treks are the best in Tonga and it's warmth is surpassed only by it's people.
Trekking and hiking through 'Eua island is said to be the best in the South Pacific. Infomation on the Treks and where to get gudies.
There are two ways to get to 'Eua from the main Island of Tonga, by areoplane or by ferry.
Tongan recipes and Tongan cooking is characterised by simplicity and wholesomeness.
Eua Island is a great place for your holiday. Whale watching from ,land and sea is purely spectacular.
Tonga whale watching and swimming with whales (the southern Humpback), is a highlight for most travelers to the wonderful kingdom of Tonga.
Activities Tonga the best list of things to do in the kingdom from sailing to go karting
What ever your your adventuring spirit may have planed you can do it here which is what make Tonga such a travelers paradise.
Tongan culture is a good thing to learn a little about to inhance your stay in the Kingdom of Tonga.
Tongan food is is made up of foods from the land and the sea. Tongan people are hunters and gatherers of land and sea.
The diving in 'Eua is said to be one of the best scuba dive spots of the world. Drop-offs, sea mountains, caves etc.
'Eua Island in Tonga's activities offer so much chose and diversity that people who book for three days, end up staying for a week at least and still haven't done it all.
Kava Tonga, is drunk nightly at "kalapu" (Tongan for "club"), which is also called a "faikava" (to do kava)
Tongan clothing culture is conservate, to say the least. Woman must cover there knees and elbows and men are usually dressed in pants or Tupenu (cloth wrap skirt) and don't show there knees either.