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3-Hour Tongatapu East Coast and Anahulu Cave Tour

3-Hour Tongatapu East Coast and Anahulu Cave Tour - Nuku'alofa, Tonga

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Nuku'alofa, Tonga

From USD
$70.00

This 3-hour small group tour provides an informative exploration of the Eastern Regions of the Island of Tongatapu in the Kingdom of Tonga. The first stop is the place where Captain Cook landed on the 30th of April 1777 ... More info ›

This 3-hour small group tour provides an informative exploration of the Eastern Regions of the Island of Tongatapu in the Kingdom of Tonga. The first stop is the place where Captain Cook landed on the 30th of April 1777. You will visit the ancient royal terraced tombs of Tongan kings known as the Langi. Its construction is an engineering wonder dating back to 1300 BC and the most prominent site called the Ha'amonga 'o Maui or well know as the  Stonehenge. You will finish with the highlight of your tour at Anahulu Cave which has a natural underground swimming pool with stalactites and stalagmites. A popular place for a refreshing swim anytime of the year.

Enjoy a complimentary pick and drop off from your accommodation on the island of Tongatapu. You will firstly head out to the East Coast of Tonga which is the largest part of Tongatapu. The first stop is at Captain Cook Landing. Captain Cook named Tonga the friendly Islands because of the warm hospitality that he received on that day.

Next stop is the Langi, the burial tomb of ancient Tongan Kings. The ancient royal tombs (Langi) at Lapaha on Tongatapu are one of the great ceremonial sites of the Pacific. Along with sacred monuments like Roi Mata’s Domain in Vanuatu or the tombs of Nan Madol in the Federated States of Micronesia, the Lapaha tombs symbolise the association between political and spiritual power that was held by royalty and high-chiefs in the Pacific. As a cultural landscape the massive coral structures are a link to the Tongan dynasties that created a huge maritime empire in the pacific in the 15th century.

Next stop is the Ha'amonga 'o Maui one the most prominent sites on Tongatapu is the Ha’amonga ‘a Maui (Maui’s Burden). The Ha’amonga ‘a Maui is located on the eastern tip of Tongatapu Island near the villages of Niutoua and Afa. This is the area where the eleventh Tongan King (Tu’i Tonga Tu’itatui) had his seat of power. It is believed that Tu’i Tu’itatui built the structure in 1200 A.D. Legend relates to the physical strength of Tu’itatui who was reputed to have sat against a large stone slab, the ‘Maka Faakinanga’, which still stands near the Ha’amonga, and by striking out with a staff he kept his people at a safe distance for fear of assassination. Tu’i Tu’itatui translated is King Strike Knee. The Ha’amonga ‘a Maui has been scientifically interpreted as an early style sundial clock that recorded different seasonal changes. The Ha’amonga ‘a Maui fully acknowledges the sea position of Tongatapu and the exact observation of the morning sunrise on the shortest, midway and longest day.


The last stop is the most famous cave in the South Pacific, Anahulu Cave. You will be able to enjoy a refreshing swim. Anahulu Cave known as the underground swimming pool is situated at the village of Haveluliku. This cavern of stalactites and stalagmites is located near the beach of the same name. It processes some of the most remarkable limestone and deep freshwater pools.

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Half-Day Anahulu Cave and Cultural Tour

Half-Day Anahulu Cave and Cultural Tour - Nuku'alofa, Tonga

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Nuku'alofa, Tonga

From USD
$80.00

Become acquainted with the fascinating Tongan culture and traditions on this half day tour. Visit the Anahulu Cave Ancient Tonga Cultural Centre where a variety of interesting exhibits provide an insight into the local culture ... More info ›

Become acquainted with the fascinating Tongan culture and traditions on this half day tour. Visit the Anahulu Cave Ancient Tonga Cultural Centre where a variety of interesting exhibits provide an insight into the local culture. You will be welcomed with a Kava Ceremony and you will also discover the intricacies of tapa cloth making and mat weaving. You will also learn how to coconut is used in everyday Tongan life with a demonstration of coconut climbing and husking.

Your half-day tour will begin with a pickup from your accommodation on the Island of Tongatapu. From here, head to the East Coast of Tonga, the largest part of Tongatapu. Stop at Captain Cook Landing, where the great English explorer landed on the 30th of April 1777.

Your next historical stop is the Langi, the burial tomb of ancient Tongan Kings. The construction of the tombs at Lapaha are considered engineering wonders and date back to 1300BC. The ancient royal tombs (Langi) at Lapaha on Tongatapu are one of the great ceremonial sites of the Pacific. The Lapaha tombs symbolise the association between political and spiritual power that was held by royalty and high-chiefs in the Pacific.

Stop at Anahulu Cave, also known as the ‘The Underground Swimming Pool’, situated at the village of Haveluliku. This cavern processes some of the most remarkable limestone and deep freshwater pools. You will be provided with a guide and torches or candle lights to light your way around the cave. Appropriate footwear is essential.

The highlight of your half-day tour is a visit to the Anahulu Ancient Tonga Cultural Centre which is situated in the vicinity next to Anahulu Cave. A tour of the centre will give you an insight to the Tongan Culture. A traditional welcoming ceremony will be conducted in which you will experience and even participate in a Kava Ceremony which is followed by live demonstrations of tapa cloth making and mat weaving and other various exhibits on display at the center.

Once your half-day tour is complete you will be taken back to your hotel safely.

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Nukualofa Cyrstal Shore Excursion: Private Full-Day tour with Island Escape

Nukualofa Cyrstal Shore Excursion: Private Full-Day tour with Island Escape - Nuku'alofa, Tonga

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Nuku'alofa, Tonga

From USD
$258.02

See Tonga's ancient sites and most amazing natural wonders.
Then spend the day snorkeling, kayaking, enjoying leisure walks along the beach at Fafa Island ... More info ›

See Tonga's ancient sites and most amazing natural wonders.
Then spend the day snorkeling, kayaking, enjoying leisure walks along the beach at Fafa Island.
Lunch & Ice-Cream Dessert is all part of the deal!
After your Island Escape what better way to end the trip than to watch the Sun set behind the mesmerizing blow holes and get a photo with the rare 3 headed coconut tree!

Pick up from your Crystal cruise ship at 9:00am

Your knowledgeable local Tongan guide will shower you with floral lei's and escort you to your air-conditioned vehicle. 
Cold bottled water and cold face towels will be provided to you complimentary.

First thing on the agenda is the Ha’amonga. Yes, Stonehenge isn’t the only legendary prehistoric monument around! This mesmerizing slice of life was built in 1200AD. Now, the “why” it was built? Sorry, but we don’t have an answer for that. Nobody does. Or who built it for that matter. There are a handful of theories floating about, which you’ll get the chance to hear about. 

Once that special piece of history has sunken in, we’ll move on to the Hufangalupe bridge look out. Your only job here is to sit and watch as mother nature shows off, sending waves crashing down below with majestic perfection.

At 11am, your guide will then say Bon Voyage as you head on a 30min boat ride to the stunning Fafa Island. You can choose to soak up in a relaxing island walk, or by sunbathing the hours away. The island is guarded by a coral reef ensuring safe swimming and snorkeling in crystal clear blue waters. Due to its beauty and uniqueness the government of Tonga has declared the lagoon and reef around Fafa Island as a special marine protected area.

During your island escape you enjoy a tasty Lunch and a delicious ice-cream dessert.

The boat departs Fafa island at 4pm and on your return to the Wharf, your driver will be waiting for you to continue your adventure.

Get a photo with the famously rare 3 headed coconut tree, then could there possibly be a better way to end such an incredible trip than to watch the sun set behind the blow holes? Some reach up to 18 meters high through holes in the coral reef. This particular stretch of coastline is known as the Mapu ‘a Vaea (otherwise known as “the chief’s whistle”) Tongans name it as such because the spouts make a distinct whistling sound.

Your guide will return you to your Crystal cruise ship by 6pm

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