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The ancient Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga
is one of the world’s few remaining constitutional monarchies, renowned for its friendliness and gentle pace of life. Ruled by King George Tupou VI, only 37 of Tonga’s idyllic islands are inhabited. The Tongatapu Group in the south is home to the capital of Nuku’alofa and rugged ‘Eua Island. To the north lies the stunning Ha’apai Group, a chain of atolls fringed by dazzling beaches and turquoise waters, and further north is the peaceful Vava’u Group with its sandy beaches and myriad of waterways.
Thought to have been inhabited since the 5th century BC, Tonga has a rich history with fascinating archaeological sites, including the terraced tombs (langi) in the Lapaha area of Tongatapu Island. The landscape is typically South Pacific, with white sandy beaches, clear lagoons, coconut groves, pandanus palms and banana plantations. Tonga was the first Pacific country to create maritime parks and there is superb fishing, diving and snorkelling. From June to November, Humpback whales come to breed in the warm waters around Vava’u, providing unique whale watching opportunities.