Scuba Diving Tonga
Tonga is a Polynesian sovereign state and archipelago consisting of 176 islands. The archipelago of Tonga, affectionately called the “Friendly Islands,” consists of 171 islands, with only 45 inhabited. There are four island groups including the mostly low-lying Tongatapu group, the volcanic and coral Ha’apai group; the flat coral islands of the Vava’u group, and the volcanic Niuas group in the far north.
In the world of adventure and dive travel, Tonga is one of those destinations that has yet to be discovered by the mainstream. From June to November underwater exploration often comes with the living, breathing soundtrack of murmuring whalesong from courting humpback whales. With water temperatures ranging from 23ºC to 29ºC, migrating pods of humpbacks are annual visitors escaping the frigid waters of the Antarctic.
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