About Blue Lagoon Resort

Blue Lagoon Resort is located on Foiata Island (18°43'0 S / 174°7'60 W), situated within the Vava'u island group in the Kingdom of Tonga.

The Kingdom of Tonga is an archipelago of over 170 islands located in the South Pacific Ocean. It is divided into three main groups; Tongatapu, Ha'apai and Vava'u. Vava'u is about 240 km north of Tongatapu. The capital of the Vava'u group is Neiafu with approximately 6000 inhabitants.

Blue Lagoon Resort is a family-owned eco-resort that offers 5 unique fale or bungalow accommodations including overwater rooms. All are designed to make the guests feel closer to nature, with wooden villas and cabanas with porches that open up to the sights and sounds of the South Pacific Ocean.

If you’re seeking a serene, tropical refuge in the South Pacific islands of Tonga or looking forward to a swim with the whales, Blue Lagoon Resort on Foiata Island is your ideal destination for a refreshingly different tropical experience.

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Reasons to choose Blue Lagoon

We offer the only overwater fales in Tonga

We only take 4 people per boat on our whale swim which means you get to go in the water every time

We offer lower prices than the competition because our family owns and operates the resort. We have our own whale swim licence and we own our boats

We are located in the heart of the whale territory

Lonely Planet Guide has rated our restaurant "The Best Food in Vava'u!"

How to get here

Fua'amotu International Airport in Tongatapu is the main entry point for most visitors into Tonga. There are direct flights to Tonga from Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. Virgin Blue, Air New Zealand & Fiji Airways are the three main airline choices.

To get to Vava'u from Tongatapu we suggest flying with our domestic airline, Real Tonga, which is approximately a 60 minute flight.

We will arrange your transport from Lupepau'u airport to the Neiafu harbour and after an 35min boat trip you will reach Blue Lagoon Resort. Boat transfers leave Neiafu harbor at 4pm but it may be possible to arrange an earlier time with prior arrangement. We also offer transfers from resorts in Neiafu or other surrounding islands.

Click here for more information about The Kingdom of Tonga and for more information about Vava'u, visit the Vava'u Guide.

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