Description of Tonga

Tonga formally the Kingdom of Tonga, is a Polynesian sovereign state and archipelago containing 177 islands with an aggregate surface region of around 750 square kilometers.


Tonga extends over around 800 kilometers (500 mi) in a north-south line – around 33% of the separation from New Zealand to Hawaii. It is encompassed by Fiji and Wallis and Futuna (France) toward the northwest, Samoa toward the upper east, Niue toward the east, Kermadec (some piece of New Zealand) toward the southwest, and New Caledonia (France) and Vanuatu to the more distance.


The archipelago of "The Friendly Islands" was united into a Polynesian kingdom in 1845. It turned into a sacred government in 1875 and a British protectorate in 1900. Tonga obtained its freedom in 1970 and turned into an individual from the Commonwealth of Nations. It is one of only a handful couple of indigenous governments in the Pacific.


Official Language of the country is Tongan, but English is also very widely used in the region.

Culture and Holidays

The Tongan archipelago has been possessed for maybe 3000 years, since settlement in late Lapita times.In the nineteenth century, with the entry of Western merchants and evangelists, Tongan society changed drastically. Some old convictions and propensities were discarded and others received. A few housing made in the nineteenth century and mid-twentieth century are presently being tested by changing Western development. Thus Tongan society is a long way from a brought together or solid undertaking, and Tongans themselves may contrast firmly as to what it seems to be "Tongan" to do, or not do. Some Tongan occasions are based upon the Christian confidence, which incorporate Easter with its previous Friday and taking after Monday and both Christmas days (however not Pentecost, Ascuncion, and so forth.). Tonga likewise observes New Year's Day on January 1 and Anzac Day on April 25.

Climate and Weather

The atmosphere of Tonga is fundamentally subtropical. Since the islands are in the southeast exchange wind zone, the atmosphere is cooler from May to December, when the temperature sometimes transcends 27° C (81° F ). The mean yearly temperature is 23° C (73° F ), going from a normal every day least of 10° C (50° F ) in winter to a normal most extreme of 32° C (90° F ) in summer.

Travelling and Tourism

To get between Tonga island you fundamentally need to fly (or sail). Genuine Tonga Airline works between the real islands. The flight from Tongatapu to 'Eua is, at eight minutes, said to be the world's most limited planned flight. Motorbikes, bikes and cycles can be leased on Tongatapu, Vava'u and Ha'apai. On Tongatapu you can enlist an auto. There are additionally taxis. To get around the principle island, Tongatapu, Teta Tours and Toni's visitor house offer day voyages through all the primary vacationer sights.

Vacation and Destinations

Tongatapu is Tonga's biggest island with more than 66% of the nation's little populace. It is a coral island encompassed by coral reefs. The capital, Nuku'alofa, on the north drift, has a casual air, notwithstanding the inconveniences of a couple of years prior. There are some fascinating spots to visit, for example, Matangi Tonga antiquated tombs and waterfront blowholes, and some pleasant shorelines with great snorkeling. Tongatapu likewise gives a decent chance to view an one of a kind society. 


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More information about Tonga

Climate of Tonga:
  • tropical
  • modified by trade winds
  • warm season (December to May), cool season (May to December)
Terrain of Tonga:
  • most islands have limestone base formed from uplifted coral formation
  • others have limestone overlying volcanic base
Tonga also has such useful resources as: fish, fertile soil.

Top cities of Tonga

City Name Population State Coordinates
1 Nuku`alofa 22,400 people Tongatapu -21.13333 x -175.2
2 Neiafu 4,320 people Vava`u -18.65 x -173.98333
3 Havelu 3,417 people Tongatapu -21.15 x -175.21667
4 Vaini 2,976 people Tongatapu -21.2 x -175.2
5 Pangai 1,738 people Ha`apai -19.8 x -174.35
6 `Ohonua 1,241 people Tongatapu -21.33333 x -174.95

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