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The Seaview Lodge - Nuku Alofa Hotels

The Seaview Lodge

Vuna Road, Nuku Alofa - Map
"Friendly, comfortable and the food is great"
It's hard to find accommodation with friendly helpful staff, good free wifi and Top Class dining all in the one place and at a very reasonable rate, but here it is. All of the staff were a pleasure to deal with. Internet access was plenty fast enough and reliable. And the Dining, Superb!! The beach --- Don't expect to be able to go for a long stroll on the sand or even perhaps sunbathe, Its just coral rock, but pleasant enough.
Traveller from New Zealand
Luxury lodge well managed by a Swiss, German and Tongan Team. 12 double rooms with private bathroom, air-con, TV/DVD, fridge …More
The Black Pearl Suites - Nuku Alofa Hotels

The Black Pearl Suites

Sopu, Nuku Alofa - Map
3.5 out of 5 (11 reviews)
Loumaile Lodge - Nuku Alofa Hotels

Loumaile Lodge

Cnr of Laifone Rd & Taufa'ahau Rd, Nuku Alofa - Map
3.3 out of 5 (9 reviews)

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Scenic Hotel Tonga - Fua'amotu Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Scenic Hotel Tonga

1 Airport Road, Fua'amotu - Map
4.1 out of 5 (16 reviews)
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Rating: 4.0 Stars

Fafa Island Resort

Fafa Island Street 1, Nuku'alofa, Fafa Island - Map
4.7 out of 5 (22 reviews)
An 18 acres palm covered atoll Island is located only 30 minutes by boat, 7 km in front of Nuku'alofa the capital city of the …More
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Rating: 2.5 Stars

Royal Sunset Island Resort

Atata Island, Atata Island - Map
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Rating: 3.0 Stars

Likualofa Beach Resort

Kanokupolu, Kanokupolu - Map
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    Pocket Guide: Nuku Alofa

    Nuku’alofa is the capital of the South Pacific island nation of Tonga. The country is made up of over 170 islands, with Nuku’alofa sitting on the largest island of Tongatapu. The majority of Tonga’s population lives on this gorgeous island, and the few visitors that take the time to discover this stunning jewel are rewarded with the friendly atmosphere, a relaxed way of life so typical for the islands, incredible water sports, glorious beaches, and a tremendous selection of great things to do and see. Nuku’alofa is an excellent base for those wishing to enjoy the beauty of Tonga. There are good facilities for visitors, we have a terrific selection of hotels in Nuku’alofa, the town is easy to explore by foot, and the public transportation system makes getting out and about very easy!

    The culture on the island is very different to others, and you can really take a break from your normal routine and get to live life like a local. Visit Talamahu market to experience the hustle and bustle of daily life and see a wide range of locally made goods. It’s a great place to pick up some delicious seasonal produce, as well as souvenirs, crafts, art, accessories and clothes. To learn more about Nuku’alofa’s unique culture, you can visit the Tongan National Cultural Centre, which is home to a large array of exhibits, displays, and local crafts. Everything is located inside interesting traditional buildings. Another of the main attractions in the city is old Royal Palace. Constructed from wood, the walls are white and the roof is red. It is the official home of the Royal Family, and although visitors are not allowed into the grounds, it can be easily seen from outside.

    The beaches are a tropical oasis, with beautiful sands and sparkling waters. You can sunbathe, swim, and surf, as well as admire stunning coral and marine life with a diving or snorkelling adventure. Other places within easy reach to visit include the many royal tombs at Mu’a and the fascinating blowholes at Houma. Head to Kolovai to see the island’s unusual flying foxes and visit nearby islands for even more sights.

    Does the sound of island life appeal to you? If so, get your flight to Tonga booked, arrange you Nuku’alofa accommodation, and prepare for a holiday of bliss and relaxation.

    Image credit Tony Bowden under Creative Commons