Tonga

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Additional Information
Capital Nuku'alofa
Currency TOP
Timezone Pacific/Tongatapu
Total States 176 islands
Airport City A ʻEua Airport (Kaufana Airport), Lifuka Island Airport (Salote Pilolevu Airport), Niuafoʻou Airport (Kuini Lavinia Airport), Niuatoputapu Airport (Mata'aho Airport), Fuaʻamotu International Airport
Ruling Type King Ruled
Offical Languages Tongan, English,
National Animal Nil
Food Taro, Yams, Seafood
Seasons Autumn  : Mar - Jun
Summer : Dec - Mar
Winter     : Jun - Sep
Sprint      : Sep - Dec


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Festival

1 ) ‘Eua Tourism Festival

Festival Month - May

Held on the island of ‘Eua, this is one of the first festivals of the annual calendar. It is held in the second week of May and attracts visitors from around the globe to experience and learn about traditional Tongan culture.


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2 ) Ha’apai Tourism Festival

Festival Month - June

Held in the second week of June every year, this festival showcases the islands’ finest culinary and cultural delights. It is designed to attract tourists, and plenty come to experience the relaxed atmosphere and to enjoy and learn about traditional Tongan cooking and culture.


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3 ) Heilala

Festival Month - July

The largest festival in Tonga is celebrated nationally. On July 4, Tongans celebrate the birthday of their king, which is then followed by a week-long festival. Almost like clockwork, this time of year coincides with the flowering of the heilala, which is Tonga’s national flower. The locals are proud of this beautiful tropical flower that unfolds a pink, cross-like shape, and as part of the festival, they adorn themselves in heilala necklaces.


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