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MultiSport vacations in Tonga, South Pacific



MultiSport tours in Tonga, South Pacific
Adventure Week in Vava

Accomodations for Adventure Week in Vava'u

4 nights are spent in comfortable accommodations in Neiafu and the 3 remaining nights are spent camping on 'Euakafa and Taunga Island.

Accommodation Itinerary - subject to changes based on availability
Night 1: Accommodation in Neiafu 
Night 2: Camping on 'Euakafa Island
Night 3 & 4: Camping on Taunga Island
Night 5, 6 & 7: Accommodation in Neiafu 

Self-inflating mattresses and two-door tents with mosquito screening are provided.
On the first camping day the guides orient participants to the camp kitchen and protocol for erecting and breaking camp. The more assistance with camp duties rendered, the quicker meals are served and the earlier the group gets out on the water each day.
We typically aim to be on the water by 9:30 a.m. in order to take advantage of the cool morning hours for paddling. We usually aim to reach our camp by lunchtime. On arrival at camp the guides require help erecting the overhead tarpaulin; hanging up life vests and spray skirts; and unloading the kayaks. Once these duties are completed, everyone is free to pitch their tents.
Assistance with meal preparation and dish washing is not expected but always appreciated. Packing bags and tents prior to breakfast makes the job of breaking camp more efficient.
There is no electricity at the camps so it is recommended that you bring a power bank with you.
Please, note that there are no toilets or showers at any of the camps. People usually wash themselves in the sea with environmentally friendly salt water shampoo and soap.

Single occupancy:
Tour package accommodation is based on double occupancy. A single supplement applies to those who prefer a private fale/room or who cannot be paired with another single participant.

Extra nights
If you plan to extend your stay in Tonga and/or need to overnight in Tongatapu, please advise us of your accommodation requirements in advance and we will be happy to book on your behalf.

Snacks and three meals per day are provided, beginning with lunch on Day 2.

Our camp food has an international theme so you are likely to find Thai, Indonesian, Italian, Mexican and, of course, Polynesian cuisine on the menu. The meals are predominantly vegetarian supplemented with fresh fish. We try to make extensive use of the delicious tropical fruits and vegetables and fresh seafood caught by our Tongan guides. We also try our best to please every palate. Please let us know well in advance of the tour of any food and/or drink allergies and/or dislikes.

There are a wide selection of eateries in Nuku’alofa and Vava’u, some of which are excellent. In Nuku’alofa (Tongatapu), we can recommend Fakalato Restaurant, Friends Café, Little Italy Pizzeria, Seaview Restaurant, Black Pearl, Taste of India, and The Waterfront Café. In Neiafu (Vava’u), the Sovereign Residence, Mango, Aquarium, Dancing Rooster, Mermaid, Sails, Ciao, and the Tongan Beach Resort. The tap water in Tonga is treated well water with a high mineral content, giving it a metallic taste. While the tap water is potable, for people unaccustomed to the local water, it is advisable to drink rainwater or bottled water. Both are readily available on request at shops, restaurants and hotels. There are no waterfalls, rivers or lakes in Tonga and so, whilst on tour, we bathe and wash laundry in the sea using biodegradable saltwater shampoo or soap. Provided there is not a drought we fill solar shower bags with rainwater from cement tanks in the villages.

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Adventure Week in Vava'u
Tour Code: ZZ-SKEC-11
8 days / 7 nights ~$1,910.00
Dates: April to December

Level : Fitness Level
Difficulty Levels Explained
1. Easy
Easy pace and an average-to-sedentary level of fitness. You should be in good health and fit enough for full day of normal sightseeing and walking.
2. Easy to Moderate
An average level of fitness or some experience with the featured activity is recommended.
3. Moderate
Requires you to have performed the featured activity regularly, with some periods on challenging terrain. Activities are mandatory and you may be traveling at high elevations. You need to be in good health and physical condition to enjoy these trips, with adequate muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance.
4. Demanding
You must be extremely physically fit and are expected to hike or ride four to six hours over steep or more rugged terrain.
5. Strenuous
Prolonged hiking/biking on moderate to difficult terrain (five to nine hours a day).
May include high altitude, rugged terrain etc..
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Airport: Tonga’s international airport
Kayaking, snorkeling, sailing, whale watching

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