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Opposite to the Free Church of Tonga (1885) there is the Mala’ekula park. A fence prevents the visitors to walk closer to the Royal tombs, as the ground around them is considered sacred. That's why the visitors can only have a distant glimse of the...More
We unexpectedly diverted from cyclonic Fiji to Tonga on our cruise to Hawaii so calling in to Nuku'alofa was a real plus for us. Tonga itself was barely recovering after its own devastating cyclone a month earlier but tourism is easily the island nation's best...More
You are not allowed real close but worth a picture or two. What's more interesting is all the burial sites along the road/s we traveled. Maybe just two or three earthed mounds. Even on the back roads with took. Several sites had large banners with...More
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a paper guide that tells you which royal is in which tomb is available from the tourist office which is situated on the sea front, by the royal docks. You can walk around the edge of the field that the tombs are in. There... More
a paper guide that tells you which royal is in which tomb is available from the tourist office which is situated on the sea front, by the royal docks. You can walk around the edge of the field that the tombs are in. There is no access to get close to tombs. To be honest you wont need a guide to show you, the locals will point you in the right direction to find them - about 5 minute walk from the town centre. Hope this helps