The Vava’u Group in the Kingdom of Tonga is made of 50 islands, of which 13 are inhabited by a population of about 16.000, offering fantastic cruising through its protected waterways. Some islands are ringed by white sand beaches while others have tropical forests, sea-level caves, and dramatic limestone cliffs with breathtaking views.
Remote and truly unspoiled, the waters around Vava'u are crystal clear with visibility exceeding 100 feet. There is abundant sea life with over 100 species of colorful tropical fish, giant clams, manta rays, sea turtles, spinner dolphins, and July-October the Humpback whales!
A paradise with the only Polynesian Monarchy this is a truly remarkable place to explore.