Vava'u is a group of more than 50 islands, each is either a raised coral limestone or coral atoll. The stunning harbor opposite the main town of Neiafu is a popular destination for yachties sailing the South Pacific, attracting around 500 yachts every season. There are many places to stay, both in the capital Neiafu and on the outlying islands.

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Vava'u is a group of more than 50 islands, about 150 miles north of Vava'u. They are either raised coral limestone or coral atolls.

The beautiful harbor opposite the main town of Neiafu is a common destination for yachties sailing the South Pacific, attracting about 500 yachts every season. The waters of the islands are known for their clarity.

The area attracts many humpback whales between June and November and there are organised tours to see them. Other things to do include, diving, renting a yacht, kayaking, game fishing and kite surfing. There are some good walks on the main island. There are many places to stay both in the capital Neiafu and on the outlying islands.

For more information on where to stay and what to do, visit our Vava'u directory.

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