The islands of Vava'u (one of Tonga's three main island groups) are located 240km north of Tongatapu. Vava'u offers over 50 islands with lavish tropical landscapes to explore and enjoy, famed for their white sand beaches, coral reefs, crystal clear blue waters and ideal sailing conditions. The main village of the Vava'u group is Neiafu.
What is Vavau known for?
Vava’u is known as one of the best sailing grounds in the South Pacific due to its sheltered waters. It’s also one of few places in the world where you can legally swim with humpback whales. Also known for game fishing, kayaking, scuba diving and hiking.
How Do You Get to Vavau?
International flights from Fiji, Australia and New Zealand land at Fua’amotu International Airport Tongatapu, where travelers can connect to Vavau via flights from Fua’amotu on Lulutai Airlines which fly daily.