Ko e ‘Otua mo Tonga ko hoku tofi’a
The Kingdom of Tonga is known as the Friendly Islands. With 176 islands to explore, you will be spoiled for choice in the Kingdom of Tonga. Only 40 islands are inhabited, so it is easy to imagine yourself on one of the deserted islands and become friends with the local sea life.
Tonga is made up of four major island groups: Tongatapu and ‘Eua in the south, Ha’apai group in the centre and Vava’u group in the north, each have their own flavour. Further north you will find Niua Fo’ou and Niuatoputapu, two islands that make up the Niuas island group. Tonga is a unique Polynesian Kingdom where the King and his Royal Family and Nobles are similar to many European Monarchies.
Tonga’s motto is “Ko e ‘Otua mo Tonga ko hoku tofi’a”, “God and Tonga are my Inheritance”.
Come to Tonga for a truly relaxing holiday and experience the true South Pacific.
The current Tonga weather is displayed at the left hand top corner of the website.
Tonga has a unique tropical climate with an average annual daytime temperature of 24ºC or 75ºF.
In the summer from December to April the temperatures are warmer and more humid but never above 35ºC or 95ºF and the winter months from May to November are cooler and dryer and never below 18ºC or 64ºF.
Overall Tonga enjoys a climate that is warm and pleasant all year round. Any time of the year is a perfect time to visit and enjoy this unique pacific island Kingdom and all it has to offer.