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Things to do in Tonga
Nuku’Alofa - explore the church of Tonga
Tonga is unusual in its religious beliefs, as it is one of the few countries that maintain an independent Methodist Church, although its roots are as a result of Wesleyan missionaries, that visited the country in around 1796. The church is heavily involved in the running of state schools and is often thought by some to run the better schools. A visit to one of the church services can be an interesting, enjoyable, uplifting experience.
Nuku’Alofa - take a trip to Talamahu Market
A trip to Talamahu Market can be quite eye opening. It has a myriad of different products on sale, some of them being, quite exotic. The stalls around the outside of the market, traditionally tend to sell vegetables and fruits, including produce such as taro, watermelons and bananas. Stalls towards the centre of the market, normally sell traditional handicrafts. Take time to wander around and browse, maybe you will find some good priced souvenirs for your family and friends.
Introduction of Tonga
Known as the Friendly Islands Tonga is an island group in the South Pacific Ocean that is home to around 100,000 people. The islands are volcanic and include the three main groups of Tongatapu, Vava’u and Ha'apai. The capital city of Nuku’alofa is located on the main and largest island which is Tongatapu. Beautful coral formations lie close to shore and many Tonga hotels will be located close enough to the waterfront for guests to stroll right into the beach with their snorkels at the ready. Other hotels in Tonga are located in the hills that reach up into the central spaces and these lovely places can give an illusion of staying in a treehouse. Less adventurous visitors may prefer the standard Tonga hotels that offer air conditioning and beach views, as well as trips to outlying islands and acitivites like windsurfing, snorkelling and diving. Tonga enjoys great holiday weather all year round.