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tonga« on: August 27 2004 01:08:00 »
Anyone stayed at the Royal Sunset Island Resort and been surfing from there? I know it's a boat ride to breaks but how long? Any info on tonga would be great as well!
RE: tonga« Reply #2 on: August 31 2007 07:08:00 »
stayed at hatafu beach resort .there wasent much surf.there wasent much to do.the people are rude.and it is expensive.better off going to bali.cheaper,heaps better surf,and lots more to do.
RE: tonga« Reply #3 on: September 13 2007 18:09:00 »
the opposite is true , hatafu is great, good waves and very nice folks
RE: tonga« Reply #4 on: September 18 2007 20:09:00 »
Except for intermittent coups, the islanders show more aloha than all Hawaii; just don't eat the fruit bats! The north islands are better, less crowded, and cleaner water than the main isle.
RE: tonga« Reply #5 on: September 22 2007 01:09:00 »
Yep Hatafu not bad place to stay had flat spell while there which can be regular occurence wasnt just Tonga but all the south pacific. Did get some waves and the fishing is great.
RE: tonga« Reply #6 on: October 23 2007 00:10:00 »
There are hardly any waves in Tonga. It is fickle as anything, and staying at Ha'atafu is very expensive for what you get. It can get fun but if you are only there for a couple of weeks and you get a clean swell that is over head high you have definitely gotten lucky!
RE: tonga« Reply #7 on: November 02 2007 06:11:00 »
Tonga has superb surf!
RE: tonga« Reply #8 on: November 29 2007 18:11:00 »
when did you go? i'm thinking of going during spring.