Nukualofa Highlights & Vakaloa Beach Resort

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Activity Level



City, Museums / Culture


Kid Friendly: Yes. Any age for the kids

Friendly: Yes.
Maximum of 1.

Maximum travelers: 4



Vakaloa Hightlights

You will be driven to see the Royal Palace, an ornate white frame building overlooking the sea that was built in the 1860's and next you will see the Royal Tombs, which were first used as a burial ground for King Tupou 1 in 1893. The area is known as Mala'e Kula or red ground, a reference toa festival where everyone wore red, which was held here prior to the land becoming a cemetery.
Heading straight to the attractions of the Blowholes witnessing the pounding of the surf as it's funneled through natural tunnels in the rocky shoreline, emerging in fountains that shoot up as high as 60feet.
Not far you will reach Vakaloa Beach Resort where you will be served seasonal tropical fruits.


10:00 pick from Hotel coming through the city to the Royal Palace then 5 min drive reach the Royal Tomb. In there you can visit the Old church take picture, drive all the way to the blow holes spent a few minutes there then we pass village, primary school then reach Vakaloa Beach Resort. After, we'll return to your Hotel.

We can stop at the market for photo shopping, local food and handicrafts.

Meeting Location + Tour Duration

Meeting location: Meet up location in Hotel

End location: The tour will be finish at the market then drop you off to your hotel.

Duration: 6 hours

This tours take 5-6hrs it will be 3hrs depend from the client if they want to take long minutes in any of the stop.
Tours may be cancelled if the weather is not good.


The vehicle we use for this tour is a Tranzit with 11 seats,

What’s Included

The price of the tours will include transportation and my services as your guide, as well as the entrance fee.

Estimated Local Cash Needed

50 Pa'anga - For Lunch

What’s Extra

Meals, drinks, personal purchases.


*Tour is open to public without restricted

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