Silversea Expedition Cruises A Foa Island

Foa is an idyllic island of the Polynesian archipelago Tonga, southeast of Fiji. The nation of Tonga became known in the west as the Friendly Islands because of the kind reception Captain James Cook accounted upon his first visit there in the 18th century. As small as it is picturesque, Foa island is just over 13 square km with over 1,400 inhabitants. View more

It is part of the Ha’apai group, a collection of 17 major islands and 34 other islets, reefs and shoals, comprising about a third of Tonga’s total archipelago of 169 islands (only 36 of which are inhabited). Foa island is a paradise, covered in white sand beaches and crystalline, clear aqua blue waters across its shallow lagoon. The island is a popular destination for snorkeling, and depending on the season, lucky visitors may even spot a family of humpback whales.

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