Tonga - Vava'u - Swim with Humpback Whales
Snorkeling with Humpback Whales!
The beautiful, sheltered, Islands of Vava’u are the rendezvous point for the annual migration of Humpback whales escaping the harsh Antarctic
winter. The protected waters close to the sea cliffs and islands provide an ideal environment for the birth of each year’s babies and an opportunity
for prospective males to mate and create next year’s offspring.
Imagine sunbeams streaming down through sapphire blue water reflecting off the massive 40 ton, 15m long humpback whale as she poised motionless just above the sand 10m below. Tucked under her giant chin a baby whale also hung motionless staring eye to eye with the 5 strange creatures floating above on the surface. Eventually the desire to breathe every 10 – 15 minutes drove the baby to the surface but equally compelling was the curiosity of youth and the desire for play.
14 - 22 September 2021
21 - 29 September 2021
Kevin & Cherie Deacon
Price $ 6,995
- 9 Days / 8 Nights ex. Sydney
- Includes everything except flights & overnight accommodation in Nadi
- Not Included: Travel insurance, personal expenses & excess luggage fees.
- Conditions Apply. Rates subject to change.
- $1,000 Deposit required to secure a spot!
- All prices subject to increases if the Australian dollar falls dramatically.
- All prices based on bank transfers, cash or cheque. Credit cards are acceptable but credit card fees apply. Visa/MasterCard & Amex +1.6%