Half a boat of Europeans and half a boat of Americans find out just how majestic Tonga's humpback whales really are
NAI'A's Blog: The Divemasters' Diary - Whale Tales
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
From Europe to the USA via Hong Kong and Mexico, we had a keen and very lucky group from around the world, gathering with one aim in Tonga.
CDs Joshua & Amanda's first visit to Tonga's humpback whales with a diverse international group.
Fourth and final whale swim trip in Tonga 2011
Seacology Whale Swim & Site Visit Felamea, Ha'apai Islands Tonga 2011
Wow what an amazing trip. Incredible encounters with amazing mammals. For me it was an experience i will never forget and I actually get to go back next season for more.
“NAI’A made a believer out of me! Fiji has been grossly underrated by both divers and scientists. Incredible fishes here and definitely worthy of protection.”
~ Dr. Gerry Allen, Ichthyologist & Author, Conservation International