In this, our penultimate Tonga 2017 charter, we were treated to astounding displays of nature: sail tailing duos, wide-mouthed mommas and the throwing of peduncles left, right and centre!
NAI'A's Blog: The Divemasters' Diary - Whale Tales
Dodging out the way of an overenthusiastic baby humpback? Check. Chilling with an upside down momma for an hour? Check. Impromptu dance party in the salon? CHECK! What a WILD charter....
We had the BEST charter with this energetic, enthusiastic group of Thais! And they were rewarded with some true once in a lifetime experiences.
Straight from the get-go, this trip was high action and high adrenaline....we were treated to such an extraordinary series of events!
We couldn't have asked for a more FINtastic start to our 2017 humpback whale season!
We have combed through the hundreds of photos contributed by dozens of photographers from this whale-swimming season in Tonga to come up with the 30 best!
A jovial group of Russians, Kazakhs & Belarusians experience the trip of a lifetime with plenty of sunshine, whales and of course vodka
Half a boat of Europeans and half a boat of Americans find out just how majestic Tonga's humpback whales really are
A bunch of funloving Americans, a pair of Englishpeople and a pair of Frenchies explore Tonga and discover its majestic visitors, the humpback whales
Our first trip swimming with humpback whales in Tonga brought sunny weather, pleasant diving and the early arrival of lots of friendly whales.
Follow these simple guidelines (and have a little luck) and experience eye to eye encounters with Tonga's humpback whales.
For our third Tonga whale swimming trip of the season, we get up close and personal with some magnificent creatures.
While our guests came to Tonga to swim with humpback whales, they got so much more than they bargained for.
We're back in Tonga for our 18th whale swimming expedition. After a slow start, the whales put on a display that will be forever etched in our collective memory.
Fifth and final whalewatching trip in Tonga 2014
“Lomaiviti is nationally significant for its important role in reseeding Fiji’s reefs and providing fish refuges.”
~ Dr. David Obura, Cordio and WWF Marine Biologist