Posted by: rajtravel | January 23, 2010

Special Deal to Tonga


Raj Travel has great deal to Tonga.Tonga (meaning “South”) was named the “Friendly Islands” by Captain Cook in 1773 because of the warm welcome received from the islanders.  Tongan people are Polynesians (meaning “many islands”).  The modern-day Kingdom of Tonga was founded in 1875 by the adoption of a written constitution under Tonga’s first constitutional monarch, His Majesty King George Tupou I.  He started his secondary education in Tonga at Tupou College and graduated with honours in 1932. His Christian name, Jiaoji Taaufa’ahau, may be found on the Tupou College honourboard for the year 1932. He went on to further studies and matriculated in Australia at Newington College, then continued his education and completed his BA, LLB at Sydney University. His Majesty is the first known Tongan to have graduated from a university.   Under the leadership and guidance of HM King Taufa’ahau Tupou IV, Tonga has continued to develop its government, education and economy enabling Tonga to play its full part in the political and economic affairs of the Pacific region and beyond. 

 Kingdom of Tonga

The Kingdom of Tonga is located in the South Pacific Ocean, North-East of New-Zealand and East of Fiji, at Latitude 20 00 S and Longitude 175 00 W. Tonga consists of 170 islands in two parallel chains mainly of coral, although with a few volcanic, islands. Most of the larger islands are inhabited. Tonga is officially sub-divided into 5 sub-groups of islands, namely: Tongatapu, ‘Eua, Ha’apai group, Vava’u Group and the Niua Islands. The capital, Nuku’alofa (meaning “Land-of-Love”), is located on Tongatapu – the main island.

Please call Raj Travel for details. 5105837777.

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Responses

  1. Please send me deals for Australia and Fiji.
    Leaving June 24th and returning July 8th. From LAX.
    Thanks!

  2. interestinig in visit Tonga


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