Welcome to Vava'u Group


To really experience it, get out onto the water. Vava’u has it all: charter sailing, sea kayaking, game fishing, surfing, diving and swimming with whales are the names of the games. Bunk down in town or head out to one of the islands for a remote tropical stay.

Vava’u plays host to around 500 visiting yachts each year, mainly during the May to October season as trans-Pacific yachts blow through heading west. Port of Refuge is one of the safest harbours in the South Pacific, attracting more than its share of yachts during cyclone season (November to April).

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Top experiences in Vava'u Group

Vava'u Group activities

$90 Cultural & Theme Tours

Haapai Island Tour

For this tour you will be picked up from your accommodation or the Port .Likuka island is full of historical sites and interesting places to visit.Here are the historical sites which included in our Island Tour Port-au-Prince Massacre Monument  , Shirley Baker Monument & European Cemetery , Mystery Cross sent from heaven , King's Palace , Velata Mound Fortress (built in the 15th century AD) , birth place of King George Tupou 1 (The founder of Modern Tonga) then finish off to Huluipaongo Point  with its sweep of white beach and views south to Uoleva island for a relaxing time at this beach.Our trained  local guide will  make sure your tour is very informative and funny as well

$171.85 Water Sports

Scuba Diving Vava'u

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Dive Vava'u, Neiafu, Vava'u IslandsBelow are just a few of the spectacular dive sites we have…. No worries, discovered in 2018 this pinnacle is an epic deep dive, you will need to be certified to advanced or above as we will hit the 40meter mark. This dive can be done is several directions, both start on top of the pinnacle at eight meters and dropping down the wall to 40meters with several awesome swim throughs. This is an epic dive with big fish and big views Split Rock is exactly that! An unusual rock formation with a giant split down the middle which looks as though it was sliced with a knife. Beautiful dive through the split – you will never know what you might see from purple and orange coloured nudis to White tip reef sharks! Split Rock has it all China Town: (Tu’ungasika Island) Named for its pagoda-like porite coral formations that are covered with multi-hued tube worms (Christmas Tree Worms). An easy swim up a gully will get you to a bright red anemone spread over several metres in around 18 metres of water – this is home to a rather large extended anemone fish family. At 27 metres the growth of green lettuce coral continues out as far as you can see continuing across a ridge with schools of large surgeonfish and species of butterfly fish.The return offers plenty of tunnels and crevices to check for sleeping sharks, emperor angelfish and cruising harlequin or clown triggerfish. Sea Fans (Tu’ungasika Island) Two amazing different sea caves, Sea Fans is just beautiful. Head into the largest of the caves but be sure to spend time examining the cave walls for wonderfully coloured nudis – as you head around the corner, the light streaming into the cave entrance shines magically off the large Gorgonian Fans attached to the side of the cave wall and floor. Wonderful dive for all levels. Swallows Cave is one of our most popular caves for snorkelers and divers alike. After entering the cave from a 5-6 metre long swim through – you are literally bombarded by thousands of small and not so small fish which hangout within the cave. At a maximum depth of around 18 metres the main feature of this cave is the fish and light coming through the main entrance… truly magical and a dive site not to be missed! Pelagic Pinnacle. Two deep flat rock pinnacles joined in the middle by a “bridge” – Pelagic Pinnacle is a jewel! Starting at a depth of 12/14 metres and drops off into blue of well over 50 metres – you never know what you will see. From large grey reef sharks, eagle rays, large schools of jacks and barracuda. Current can be strong here – not for the faint hearted! Kitu Cut – The Gap (Between the Islands of Kitu and Nua Papu) Originally chosen as a site that provided “adventure” as a drift dive in strong current flows. It can be dived in several directions depending on the current flow and strength at the time. The normal dive is to start on the northern end of Nua Papu (near Kitu) and cruise through the gap with the current flow. The species and creatures here are as diverse as the conditions and are generally described as “really different”. Along the Nua Papu shore are great thickets of flexible waving leather corals which change to bare limestone patches and more rugged formations as we pass between the islands. This ends the dive with a cruise along the reef shoulder…. Many times good varieties and numbers of pelagic species and schooling reef fish in abundanceDuration: 6 hours

$464.36 Water Sports

3 Day Scuba Dive Experience Vava'u

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Ene'io Botanical Garden, Neiafu, Vava'u IslandsBelow are just a few of the spectacular dive sites we have…. No worries, discovered in 2018 this pinnacle is an epic deep dive, you will need to be certified to advanced or above as we will hit the 40meter mark. This dive can be done is several directions, both start on top of the pinnacle at eight meters and dropping down the wall to 40meters with several awesome swim throughs. This is an epic dive with big fish and big views Split Rock is exactly that! An unusual rock formation with a giant split down the middle which looks as though it was sliced with a knife. Beautiful dive through the split – you will never know what you might see from purple and orange coloured nudis to White tip reef sharks! Split Rock has it all China Town: (Tu’ungasika Island) Named for its pagoda-like porite coral formations that are covered with multi-hued tube worms (Christmas Tree Worms). An easy swim up a gully will get you to a bright red anemone spread over several metres in around 18 metres of water – this is home to a rather large extended anemone fish family. At 27 metres the growth of green lettuce coral continues out as far as you can see continuing across a ridge with schools of large surgeonfish and species of butterfly fish.The return offers plenty of tunnels and crevices to check for sleeping sharks, emperor angelfish and cruising harlequin or clown triggerfish. Sea Fans (Tu’ungasika Island) Two amazing different sea caves, Sea Fans is just beautiful. Head into the largest of the caves but be sure to spend time examining the cave walls for wonderfully coloured nudis – as you head around the corner, the light streaming into the cave entrance shines magically off the large Gorgonian Fans attached to the side of the cave wall and floor. Wonderful dive for all levels. Swallows Cave is one of our most popular caves for snorkelers and divers alike. After entering the cave from a 5-6 metre long swim through – you are literally bombarded by thousands of small and not so small fish which hangout within the cave. At a maximum depth of around 18 metres the main feature of this cave is the fish and light coming through the main entrance… truly magical and a dive site not to be missed! Pelagic Pinnacle. Two deep flat rock pinnacles joined in the middle by a “bridge” – Pelagic Pinnacle is a jewel! Starting at a depth of 12/14 metres and drops off into blue of well over 50 metres – you never know what you will see. From large grey reef sharks, eagle rays, large schools of jacks and barracuda. Current can be strong here – not for the faint hearted! Kitu Cut – The Gap (Between the Islands of Kitu and Nua Papu) Originally chosen as a site that provided “adventure” as a drift dive in strong current flows. It can be dived in several directions depending on the current flow and strength at the time. The normal dive is to start on the northern end of Nua Papu (near Kitu) and cruise through the gap with the current flow. The species and creatures here are as diverse as the conditions and are generally described as “really different”. Along the Nua Papu shore are great thickets of flexible waving leather corals which change to bare limestone patches and more rugged formations as we pass between the islands. This ends the dive with a cruise along the reef shoulder…. Many times good varieties and numbers of pelagic species and schooling reef fish in abundanceDuration: 6 hours

$87.02 Day Trips & Excursions

Pangaimotu Island Day Trip

Be ready from 10am for pick up from your Mainland hotel or the Wharf. The Boat to the island departs at 11am and we will get you to the Wharf in time for your boat transfer and wave goodbye!You will weave your way through the day on the glorious beaches of Pangaimotu Island – a mere 10-minute boat trip from Tongatapu. The Pangaimotu reef was declared a national marine reserve in 1989. Aside from the beaches, a centerpiece of the island's attraction is a Shipwreck & the brave will be jumping from the hull of the upturned ship 50 metres off the island's main beach!What happens when you get off the boat is in your hands! Want to snorkel the day away? Soak up the sun or dive off a shipwreck? The choice is yours, and the sky’s the limit. What happens at Pangaimotu doesn’t have to stay in Pangaimotu. Be sure to show off upon your return home!The island also contains the Big Mama Yacht Club, where a tasty lunch awaits you.At 4pm the boat returns to the mainland where your driver/guide will be waiting for you to take you back to your hotel.