While hanging out on land can is just fine, the Pacific Islands demand that at least some time be spent out at sea. Traveling by water can allow visitors to see many sites without relying on the limitations of roads.
And where better to cruise around on a boat than an area with hundreds of small islands? Where better than Vava’u?
Representing a group of over 50 islands in the northern section of Tonga, Vava’u is a popular destination for those who seek outdoor adventure. Based out of the main town of Neiafu, activities include everything from hiking to fishing to kayaking.
As an alternative to active participation, consider taking a backseat and getting aboard one of Vava’u’s many cruises. The cruises provide an excellent opportunity to get out of main hubs and inspect a number of islands.