Fua'amotu Swimming Safari

Venture out on a half day tour to one of the best swimming locations in Tongatapu Island. Enjoy time out with family and friends or just sit back relax and sunbath on the beach. Your precise destination is will be determined by the prevailing sea and weather condition. Swim, sunbathe or simply kick back and relax on the beautiful beach and enjoy the warmth of the Pacific Ocean.
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  • Location


  • Activity Types


  • Experience Types

    Beach & Water

  • Duration

    3.5 hours

  • Fitness Level


  • Price

    Adult from $69.99
    Children (12 & under) from $59.99

  • Snack included!


Capture the many fascinating sights of Nuku’alofa on film, but be sure to ask permission before taking any photographs of the local people.


Tropical seasonal fruits are provided at the Fua’amotu Beach.

Special Notes

Snorkelling equipment is provided. Swimming and “idyllic” snorkelling is greatly dependant on tides. Local buses are used for transportation. These buses are very basic and have neither air conditioning nor microphones.Restroom facilities may be rustic. To make your day as enjoyable as possible please ensure that you wear comfortable flat-soled shoes clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat, and bring along SPF30+ or higher sunscreen and bottled water.

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