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Tonga, is a miniature kingdom in the heart of Polynesia, is one of the world’s few remaining constitutional monarchies. Ruled by His Majesty King Taufa’ahau IV Tonga, Tonga preserves ancient traditions alongside policies designed to stimulate economic development and improve the well-being of the 96,000 Tongans. Tonga is famous for the humpback whale migrations through its waters.

Every year humpback whales undertake one of the longest migrations known to man, which takes one population from their feeding grounds in Antarctic waters to their Tongan breeding grounds. These whales form part of an Antarctic feeding population south of New Zealand and Australia but little is known about the migration path of this small population and their movements between the Southwestern Pacific Islands. A chance to see these majestic animals is an experience of a lifetime. You also cannot beat the diving in Tonga. The waters are crystal clear with the visibility averaging 100 ft plus. A big plus for the diving is the incredible variety found all in one group of magnificent islands. Tonga diving offers hard corals that truly are untouched, and soft coral gardens with rainbows of colors. One of the best life size Gorgonia fan dives in the South Pacific is located in Vava’u, a small island group in the north of the Kingdom of Tonga. Unique caves and caverns, spectacular underwater archways, large black coral trees, and wall dives that vanish into the inky blue. Also the wreck of the Clan McWilliam which sank over 65 years ago sitting upright and is still intact. There are over 50 islands in the Tonga group so one can only imagine all the wonderful dive sites that are still being discovered and explored.

Best Diving Destinations in Tonga

When you are not whale watching here are some dive sites all located in Vava’u.

King Neptune’s Sea Fan Grotto

The size of the sea fans on this dive are beyond belief. Flute fish and butterfly fish swim gracefully through the fans as the Clown Fish triggers dart back and forth. After passing the fans you enter “Clown Fish Heaven” home for hundreds of anemones and every size of clown fish possible. This dive is a photographer’s dream.

Mariner’s Cave

This cave can not be seen above water, it can only be found underwater. There are two entrances to the cave, the diver’s entrance at 50 ft and the snorkeler’s entrance at 12 ft. Once inside that cave you slowly surface into the most magnificent 40 ft high chamber with beautiful rock formations and stalactites. Inside the chamber it will turn into a blue-green fog then clear as the swell goes in and out making you think your mask has fogged up. Only seconds later the air is crystal clear again. The adventure repeats itself with each swell. Magic! Truly Magic!

Hunga Magic

This is the dive site for the soft coral lover. Deep magenta, pastel pink and sunny yellow soft corals abound throughout this dive.

The Clan McWilliam

The beautiful old copra steamer sank in the 1920’s with brass portholes, mast and crows nest still in place. The wreck is teaming with bat angelfish, and snappers galore. Legend has it that the Captain and Chief engineer went down with her. Some say as they descend onto the upper deck they can feel the presence of the Captain watching over his mighty ship.

Split Rock

This dive is appropriately named. This 40 x 40 ft rock looks as if God took an ax and split the rock in half. Divers can swim through the middle of the split. The hard coral reef is adorned with Christmas tree worms of every color. A couple of friendly white tip reef sharks bid you farewell from their cave near the end of the dive. sharks bid you farewell from their cave near the end of the dive.

When to Visit Tonga

The Season for Humpback whale trips is from July – November. The scuba diving season is best from March – May.

Travel tips

Feeling inspired to visit Tonga? Check out our Tonga travel guide and start planning your next diving trip!

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Miki August 23, 2017

Hello.
I’d like to book whale Swimming and one diving from 30th Aug to 2nd Sep.
Is that available?

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Xu August 25, 2017

Dear Paul & Karen,

I’m Xu, and my friends and I are really interesting about going to Tonga next August. Four of my Chinese friends came to Tonga 6 years ago, and they recommended you. We can’t make sure how many ppl we will have for the trip, but probably 5-10, and we’d like to do 3 days for whale watching and 1 day for scuba diving. Could you please recommend us a cost-effective hotel near your store? And if it’s possible, could you please provide some discount? Thank you so much! Looking forward your replying!

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samira August 27, 2017

Hi 🙂
I am visiting Tonga from the 19th – 30th September and would love to go diving and swimming with whales. How far in advance should I book with you? Is it possible to just show up and book?
Thank you!
Samira

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Paige August 28, 2017

Hello,

I’m a solo traveller and I’m looking to dive on 21 September swim with whales on 22 and 23 September. Do you have availability then?

Thanks 🙂
Paige

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Andrew August 28, 2017

Hi,

Me and my girlfriend will be arriving in Tonga from September 12 to September 16, 2017. We will go whale snorkeling / free diving. Do you have any good offer for us to do whale swimming?

Thank you.

Kind regards.

Andrew

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Crystal August 31, 2017

Hi I’m Crystal. My husband and I will be in Vava’u September 15th to the 20th. We would really like to swim with the whales or maybe just watch if we’re not brave enough to swim. I’m wondering if you have any availability for whale swimming during that time period?

Thank you

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Carmen and Michael September 04, 2017

Malo e lelei,
we are interested in a Whale watching/swimming tour on 24th or 25th October 2017. Are you still operating and do you have 2 places available?
Ofa atu, Carmen and Michael

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Crystal September 10, 2017

Do you have any availability for Whale swimming Sept 14, 15, 16, 18, or 19?

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Margaret September 11, 2017

I read about you in 50 Places to Dive Before you Die.
Well I have a simple note on my desk for some time now and it says “Tonga Whales” !
I am thrilled to have a contact. I have been diving for many years. My dream is to be in the water either diving or snorkeling with whales.
Preferably diving. My husband and I would love to set up a privately guided event . We are both older but quite fit.
What would be the best time to come to Tonga to realize this dream.
And is this something you can facilitate for us?
Looking very forward to hearing from you! My husband and I feel life is not a dress rehearsal , we want this experience very much!
Sincerely,
Margaret

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Toby September 12, 2017

Hi we would like to book a whale swim on 25 September – would you have any vacancies?
We arrive on the ship Pacific Jewel at 8am and need to be back on board at 6pm.
Thanks
Toby and Jo

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Xu September 14, 2017

Hey, I’m Xu and I’m really interested in diving with whales. We are planning to go Vava’u next August (probably Aug.22th-25th). We’d like to do 3 days of whale watching and dives. Can I ask if you have availability for those days? We probably will have 8 ppl. Best regards! Looking forward your replying.

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Margaret September 14, 2017

This is Margaret and Mike touching base again. Would like to set up a dive experience to dive with the whales. If you could let me know what the potential for this is and when would be the best time? Looking forward to hearing from you! Thank you in advance.
Mike and Margaret

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PAUL September 25, 2017

Hello,

Do you have any availability to dive for 2 people on Thursday 28th September?

Thanks.
Paul

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Ian October 23, 2017

We are looking for a new dive and whale watch company in vavau and have been recommended your dive operation

regards

Melbourne

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XINGYIN November 07, 2017

Hi,
I wanna check availability for whale swim on 11 Aug,13 Aug,14 Aug 2018, thanks.

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Sandra November 11, 2017

Hello
I would like to book 3 divers on 12 January 2018
3 divers twin dive
2 snorkellers
Weights and tanks
Thanks you
Sandra

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Shawna November 15, 2017

Hello! My fiance and I will be spending our honeymoon in Tonga the week of August 13th, 2018 and would love to go swimming or diving with whales. What is your availability and cost? Thanks!

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Dennis November 16, 2017

We would like to go snorkeling on Jan 3 or 4. There are two us. Is it available and what is the cost?

Thanks,
Dennis

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Janelle November 19, 2017

My husband and I will be in Tonga for a whale trip Aug 12-22, 2019. I am looking at what we can do before or after this trip – we are both underwater photographers with 1000+ dives. I found your site after reading a review on undercurrent. Is it possible to scuba dive with you around this time, or are your boats full up with whale watchers/snorkelers? If we can dive, where do we stay?

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Aki November 20, 2017

I’ll go to vavau island from in 21st of Dec to 23rd of Dec. I really want to dive 22nd of Dec. my flight is 11:10am in 23rd.

Please mail me back.

Thank you, Aki

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capucine December 02, 2017

Malo e lelei!
As you can see I am planning to stay about a month in Vava’u starting from mid September 2018.
I have my own accommodation on the main island (next to the shipyard) and hope to do about 10 days trips during my stay (maybe more).
I don t really have a schedule, but I think you probably do, so let me know if I can join you guys in between the dates I pulled off… You would definitely make my day!
Last detail: I am a freediving instructor so I am a good swimmer and carry my own gear. I have been to Vava’u before so I also know how to behave in the water and what to expect from Mother Nature!
I hope to hear from you soon,
Malo Aupito!
Capucine

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Gretchen December 13, 2017

Hi There
I’m wondering if you have any availability for whale tours / swimming within the window 9 August and 13 August (inclusive).
Many thanks
Gretchen

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Kym December 15, 2017

Hi There! I am busy planning our first ever overseas family holiday onboard Royal Caribbean Radiance of the Seas and Vava’u (Neiafu) is one of our shore stops

I was really impressed with the recent reviews I discovered on TripAdvisor for your snorkelling experiences and Swallow Cave tours service and am hoping that you would be available to take an Aussie family of four under your wing for the day? My hubby, Jim, myself and our two teenage daughters, Keely 17 and Tia 15.

We would be arriving in Neiafu on 12 January 2018 at approx. 8 am with the ship departing at 5pm that evening.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Cheers
Kym

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Terry January 03, 2018

Hi
We will be in Tonga in August 2018 and my husband, a PADI certified instructor would like to do 2 days diving. If possible on the 8th & 13th of August. Please could you advise availability and how to make a booking

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james January 11, 2018

Hello

We are a family of 4 arriving in Vavau tomorrow 12th jan 2017 for the day
on royal Caribbean ship radiance of the sea.

Would you have any snorkelling trips we could book please?

Thanks

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Anne January 11, 2018

We are in Vava’u today (off cruise ship). We are interested in a dive. Just checking if you are PADI or SSI? Also your location and dive availability?
Thanks anne

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Abbi January 16, 2018

Hi, I am looking at booking an afternoon and night dive for two people on the 20th of June, just wondering when it would depart?
Thanks Abbi

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Kit January 18, 2018

Hello,

How are you? We are a group of three who would like to come swim with whales in September until early October. We are interested in doing about 3-4 days of swim. Please advise if there’s any availability during that period. Thank you so much.

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Ben January 22, 2018

Hi. Arriving in Vava’u 25 Jan, what dives do you have on?

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Prashun January 24, 2018

Hello,

I wanted to check if you have availability for 2 divers between the 20-22nd of Feb. 6 dive package – clients are staying at Harbourview Resort

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Dale January 28, 2018

Visiting Vavau – August 28 to September 5th

Would like to do a combination of Whale watching and diving.

My wife and I are avid divers and have Advanced Open Water experience, over 80 dives in the last 3 years, and will be bringing our own dive equipment including wetsuits. Our current itinerary has us arriving on the 10am flight and departing on the 4:30 flight back to TBU.

Can you recommend an itinerary and pricing to do as many dives possible with enough Whale watching to get a good experience.

Dale and Beth

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Alexandra February 21, 2018

Dear!

We are touroperator company and biggest Diving Club in Russia are searching for the private boat for 3-5 pax for whale swim (4-5 days ) in the period from 1 to 8 September 2018
Our guests will stay in Reef Resort Vava’u
Please advise the availability for boats and price for it.
Please also advise availability for not private boat for the same dates

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Dan February 22, 2018

Hi,

My wife and I are arriving on Vava’u late next week to spend a few months diving, snorkelling and exploring Tonga.

We will be looking for a good dive shop to make friends with and help us explore the area both over and underwater.

We’re both fairly experienced divers with our own equipment and a real interest in underwater photography.

A few questions:

On days we don’t dive we’d be keen to do some snorkelling – will we need booties & open heel fins for shore access or will full foot tropical fins do the job OK?

We’d be keen to rent a place to live that isn’t too pricey nearby – so we can get to you and some good snorkelling quite easily (happy to rent mopeds or bikes if needed). Have you got any suggestions?

Do you have accomodation for divers if we need somewhere to stay for a bit when we arrive around March 2-3rd?

How is the general situation following the clear up after Cyclone Gita? We were horrified when we heard what had happened.

thank you so much for your help, sorry ffor the barrage of questions & hope to see you soon!

Dan & Jacqui

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Jeremy March 10, 2018

Dear all

We are looking for a whale swimming tour, our planing will stay at Tonga beach resort from July 27 until August 3. So we are two people and we plan to do the whale swimming on 7/28, 7/30,8/1,8/2( 4 days) and a day (7/31) for scuba diving.
Is these days is available for you? Does your whale tour including lunch and wetsuit? I’m looking forward to your reply.

Best regards

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Monika March 31, 2018

Hallo,
we’d like to go swimming with the whales for 3 days between Sept 7 and 11, 2 persons.
Do you have any spaces available? How much would it be, how many peolpe on the boat?
Monika

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Lizzie July 01, 2018

Hi there
I am very interested in visiting next year. I have a six week holiday end July to August or a week at end of October. What would the better time of year be for humpbacks please. Thanks . Lizzie

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Karis July 03, 2018

Hi there,
I wated to make a booking to swim with the wahles on July 8, July 9 and potentially July 10. Are these dates available?

Regards,
Karis

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Sebastien July 04, 2018

Hi,

I would like to book a whale swim tour for 2 persons preferably the 15 August 2018 but any dates between 15 August 2018 and 19 August 2018 could work.

Would you have any availability ?

Thank you,

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Rhys July 05, 2018

Hello,

My girlfriend and I will be travelling to Vava’u in September and want to know if there is any availability left to swim with the whales while we are there. We arrive from Nadi on Tuesday the 18th of September at 10:10am and haven’t booked our onward flight to Tongatapu yet but we are thinking of flying out on either the 21st or 22nd of September (depending on when we can do our whale swim and dive). We are most interested in the whale swim but we are also interested in doing a day of diving. Do you have any availability on those dates? Also, do you offer any discounts on people doing diving and a whale swim?

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Regards,
Rhys

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Ramon July 11, 2018

Hi There, all good?

So I wish know it the prices to swim with the whales in Vavau is the same listed on the site? I’m planning go early september. And you guy have some cheap accommodation to stay for one single person?

Thanks

Cheers,
Ramon

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Claire July 12, 2018

Greeting,

I was just emailing to enquire if there was two spaces available on your Vava’u swim with whales tour on on the 4th-8th of October 2018. This would be for snorkeling.

Kind regards,
Claire

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Becky July 16, 2018

Hi, my friend and I will be in Vavau for 6 nights and was wondering if you do a dive package? We would love to dive and snorkel with the whales too.
Where are you based?
Do you pick up from accomodation?

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Tania July 17, 2018

Hi,

We would like to book a whale swim for September 2019, could you please let us know if

1. If you have 4 days available we could book the entire boat?
2. How many fit on the boat?
3. What would be the cost?
4. If not the entire boat how many spots available?

It doesn’t need to be consecutive days.

Thank you

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Alejandro July 21, 2018

Hi,

my girlfriend and I are flying to Vavau on the 3rd of September for 5 days. Could you please let us know if you have availability on the swimming with whales trips on those days?

Thanks 🙂

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Baptiste July 22, 2018

hi
I m looking for a session of whales swimming in Vava’u in Tonga from the date 20/09 to 24/09
I ll like to know if you have some schedule for those dates
Thank regards.

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Harry July 23, 2018

HI me and my friend arrive 7th and are looking to go ding and whale swimming. How much is a dive per person and how much I’s the whale tour ?

Thanks

Harry

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Harry July 24, 2018

Hi I’m just wondering if you have any availability for the one dive plus whale swim for 7th August for 2 people? Please let me know asap.

Thanks

Harry

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Susan July 29, 2018

Good morning,
I am looking for a vacation during September 2019 or 2020 to dive/snorkel with the whales. I am a PADI MSDT and would love to dive off of your island and snorkel with the whales. Let me know your availability and when would be the best time to see these majestic creatures. Thank you and have a great day.

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Shanna July 30, 2018

I’m looking at flying in on Sept 25th with another friend and we are looking to book some diving during the week. I have a few question? Where are you located? Do you have transportation that you provide from various locations on Vava’u? Also, do you have any availability during the week of Sept 25th?

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LEE August 01, 2018

Hello. My name is Lee, I have 1 woman. I want to swim from August 23rd to August 24th, 2018. please let me know if it’s possible or not. We look forward to your reply.

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Sam August 01, 2018

Hello!!
I am arriving in Vavau August 18th and leaving August 22nd. Hoping very much to dive or free dive with the humpbacks.

If it helps me at all, I am a PADI Instructor working in fiji.

Thanks so much

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Daniel August 01, 2018

Malo,

I am planning to visit the Vava’u islands with my wife sometime on late September, early October (still checking with Fiji Airways the flights from Nadi). I wish to know if you would have availability around those dates for diving+swimming with whales. Are those dates still good to spot whales?

Thank you in advance.
Kind regards,
Daniel

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emily August 02, 2018

Do you have any dates available between 16th and 18thr August for a whale swim?

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Rok August 03, 2018

looking for a spot for three people for whale swimming any time from september 2nd to september 5th. this is also our first time doing this so some information would be greatly appreciated. !

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Sharon August 03, 2018

Malo e lelei. Do you happen to have a couple of spaces on your boat for one day of whale watching on either 11, 12 or 13 September 2018?

Best regards
Sharon

Sharon

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Lotta August 05, 2018

Hi! Do you have availability for whale swimming between 12.10.18 and 19.10.18? Diving interest us also.

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roland August 07, 2018

Hello, I will come wednesday the 8th to vava’u, is there diving available after the 9th? I stay till 16th.
Please let me know.
Thank you,
Roland

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Thorsten August 07, 2018

Hi,
I am 8-13.8 in Vavau and looking for

1 day diving (2 dives) 1 Person (CAMS **, last dive was last week)

and

1 day whale swim 2 Persons (1 adult, 1 girl 10 year)

Which days are available, where do you leave and how much does it cost?

Best regards
Thorsten

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Giulia August 09, 2018

Dear Sir/Madam,
We are a couple interested in diving in the next days, starting from tomorrow. Do you offer something?
Best
Giulia

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Astrid August 11, 2018

Hi there

I would like to know if you do any snorkeling tours that include Swallows Cave? If so, do you by chance have any availability between 26-28 of this month?

Thank you

Sincerely
Astrid

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Kareem August 11, 2018

Hi
Ill be in Vavao from Sept 4-11. Looking for availability for whale swim and scuba diving. I am only 1 person. Can you please let me know your availability.
Thanks
Kalimi

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Jane August 13, 2018

I am staying at The Tonga Resort in Vava’u and am only there for two days: I arrive at 10am on September 29, So the only opportunity I have for a full day trip is on September 30. This is the Sunday which I understand is a day where many operators don’t take trips out. Can you please let me know if you operate on September 30 and if I’m able to book and a whale swimming excursion with you?

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Jenny August 14, 2018

Hi, I’m visiting Vavau with a friend and we wanted to see if you have space for 2 for afternoon dive on Aug 23rd?

Thank you,

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Robin August 14, 2018

Hello,
It is possible to go snorkeling in November with the Whales ?
Thanks for the answer

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Jenny August 15, 2018

Hello, I would like to book 2 afternoon dives for Aug 23rd for two.

Thank you,

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kaoru August 16, 2018

hello,
i and my friend ( 2 of us) would like to go diving with ur company on 23rd aug afternoon if you have available slot. please let me know! thank you!

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Zoé August 17, 2018

Hi,

We’re a Belgian couple coming to visit Tonga during the first week of September and we’re really interrested in trying to swim with whales.
We would like to have some more informations about your ‘whale swim/watching’ day trip.

We would like to know how the day trip is schedulded ? How many people are on board ? Are all gear, snorkel, fins, wetsuit, weights included in price ? Is there a toilet/bathroom on board ?
Is the tax included in your price (we saw some companies add 15% taxes on the price) ? Is there a compensation, refund or any discount if we unfortunatly don’t see/swim with any whales ?

And, most important, do you have availabilities for two people during two days between the 30th of August and the 13th September ? 🙂

Thanks in advance for your feedback,

Zoé

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Maurivan August 18, 2018

Hello,
do you still have a place to swim with the whales on August 21 (tomorrow)?

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Tania August 19, 2018

Hi
Just wondering if you have any availability for Whale Swim 2019? Looking to book for 2 to 4 people for 4 days. Doesn’t need to be consecutive days.

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Elena August 19, 2018

Hello,

I’m looking for a whale swimming tour operator in Vavau, can you please confirm availability and price for:
1. Whale swimming tour – 1 person – Aug 31 and/or Sep 1 – available? price per day?
2. Whale swimming tour – 2 persons – Sep 2 and/or Sep 3 – available? price per day per person?
3. Whale scuba diving tour (Advanced PADI certified) – 1 person – Aug 31 and/or Sep 1 – available? price per day?
4. Whale scuba diving tour (Advanced PADI certified) – 2 persons – Sep 2 and/or Sep 3 – available? price per day per person?

Thanks a lot and hope to book something with you!

Best regards,
Elena

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Fernanda August 19, 2018

Hi, im Fernanda

I am looking to plan a trip to tonga for 5 days of whale watching in august 2019.
We are a group of 6 from Mexico going to celebrate my 30th birthday

Could you please send me prices, availability and also any accommodation recommendations?
Can you give me a good price for 6 people?

Thank you.
Really looking forward to this.

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Joergen August 26, 2018

Whale watching 5 pax on the 4 and 5 of September

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Risa August 26, 2018

Hi
I am interested in doing whale watching and scuba diving in this coming October.
Could you please give me details of informations about those tours?(such as prices, available days, and so on)

Thank you

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Reymundo August 29, 2018

Hello,

I’m wishing to see if there is an opening available for a Whale Swim on Monday, Sept 24 in Vava’u?

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BRETTON August 30, 2018

Hello,

I’m enquiring about availability for whale swimming September 17-21 for two adults and two children, 9 & 12. Please let me know.

Thanks, Brett

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Juliette August 30, 2018

Dear Sir Madam,

My husband and I will be in Vava’u end of October. Even though it is the end ofthe season we are hoping to still see the whales. Are you still performing day trips for whale watching on 25 and 26 October? If yes, what is the price?
We also want to dive on either 26 or 27 October. How much per person for 1 day of diving (2 dives including equipment)?

Thank you for answering my questions.

Kind regards, Juliette

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Gonzalo September 02, 2018

Hello, I am planning a trip to Tonga this October (17 – 25) do you have spaces avaliable for those dates? Can you send me the prices?

I would like to do scuba and swimming/diving with whales.

About me: PADI DiveMAster 200+ dives

Thanks

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Casey September 04, 2018

Hey I would love to book a place for a whale swim on either Weds 26, Thurs 27 or Friday 28th of Sept. Just for one person. Could you please let me know rates and availability.

Kind regards,

Casey

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Dan September 05, 2018

Hi,

My name is Dan, I am interested in snorkeling with whales and was wondering if you have availability in late September and if it is still a good time to see wales.

Thank you!

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Jeff September 05, 2018

Hi,

I’ll be visiting in a few weeks and was wondering if it’s possible for you all to fill an O2 rebreather cylinder? Thanks!

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Georg September 08, 2018

hey. i would love to do whale swimming and diving with you. i arrive on the 19.9.2018 and probably stay until the 27th.
please let me know availability, and how many go sinning at the same time.
best georg

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Marie September 11, 2018

Good afternoon,

My husband and I are planning to visit your beautiful island for our honeymoon, and on this occasion we would like to swim with whales, and maybe do some diving as well.

As I understand, September would be towards the end, but still during the appropriate period of the year for whales encounter?

As we would like to come in September 2019 (our dates are flexible during that month).

What kind of programs could you propose (safari, cruise, or else), and for what rate?

Looking forward to hearing back from you,

Many thanks in advance and warm regards,

Marie

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Marsha October 12, 2018

Hello we are going on the Paul Gauguin cruise ship next September. One of the places we go to is Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji. Is that were your tours are located? Are we actually able to Scuba Dive with whales? We don’t want to just swim or snorkel with them.We are advanced certified divers.That is why we are taking this cruise
Thank you, Marsha Otani

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Kaoru October 13, 2018

Can i join whale swim on 15th monday?
I’ll arrive at airport 07:30

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Lotta October 19, 2018

hello! do you still go for a whale swim next week? we are looking for a whale swim

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