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Whale watching in Tonga

Holiday makers are not the only ones to return to Tonga’s shores on a regular basis. After a long journey north from the icy krill-laden depths of Antarctica, southern humpback whales take shelter in the tropical reef-protected waters of Tonga to give birth to their young. The arrival of the whales from July to October completes a remarkable cycle, as the new calves return to where they were conceived 11 months earlier.

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Hiking in Timor Leste

Timor-Leste is made for hiking, with stunning scenery, friendly locals and a network of tracks criss-crossing the entire country. From coastal walks to multi-day village and mountain hikes, Timor-Leste has some excellent options. Even close to Dili there is fantastic walking, including the ‘Horta Loop’ – a 2-3 hours circuit from Areia Branca Beach, with coastal views from the landmark Cristo Rei statue atop Cape Fatucama.

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Treetop Walk in Samoa

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Treetop Walk [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Climb the steps winding around the trunk of a millennium old Banyan tree for spectacular views of the coastline. Explore the treetops on a swing bridge and witness flashes of colour dart all around you as tropical birds flit from tree to tree filling the forest with their bell-like songs.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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Afu Aau Falls in Samoa

Considered by many visitors as one of the most beautiful swimming spots in Samoa. Afu A’au or Olemoe Falls plunge from the rainforest into a deep pool. Enjoy the serenity of this pristine freshwater pool and magnificent waterfall nestled in a tropical rainforest setting.

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To Sua Ocean Trench in Samoa

To Sua literally means a Giant Swimming Hole. A must do in every Samoa visit, take a dip in the cool turquoise waters only accessibly via a 30 metre deep ladder down a crater. The crater is filled with seawater via a lava tube connected to the ocean. This site is surrounded with beautiful colorful gardens and is perfect for swimming and nature photography. Nearby is a lava field with blow holes, tide pools and walking paths along the rocks that take you to the ocean’s edge.

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