Ha’apai is made up of 62 islands, but only 17 are inhabited and only a handful of islands are explored by tourists. Haven snorkelling, scuba diving, whale swimming, kitesurfing, beachcombing and simply indulging in doing nothing at all.
What is Ha’apai Known For?
Ha’apai is known for its idyllic white-sand beaches, being one of the few places in the world where it’s legal to swim with humpback whales, and for still having new islands forming from the recent volcanic activities.
How Do You Get to Ha’apai?
International flights from Fiji, Australia and New Zealand land at Fua’amotu International Airport Tongatapu, where travelers can connect to Ha’apai via flights from Fua’amotu on Lulutai Airlines which fly daily.