Hufangalupe Natural Land Bridge

Hufangalupe Natural Land Bridge, Tongatapu Island: Address, Hufangalupe Natural Land Bridge Reviews: 4/5

Hufangalupe Natural Land Bridge

Hufangalupe Natural Land Bridge
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Handysmith
Ryde, Australia253 contributions
Hard to find and a very narrow rough dirt road.
Jan 2020
It is a pity the road to this is not better as it is an amazing sight. Be warned the road is potholed and we needed to walk the last quarter of the van couldn't make it any further without getting bogged. As this is seldom visited you need to be very careful near the edges as it could collapse without warning and would result it certain death as it is a very long way to the bottom. Spectacular and worth the trip to see it.
Written 29 January 2020
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Molisi Delmar
Nuku'alofa, Tonga27 contributions
Hufangalupe is the Most Beautiful spot in Tongatapu
Dec 2019
This is such a beautiful and amazing location. Great sunsets. Great place for photos. Great place for a picnic.
Can be dangerous so be careful especially with Children. There are no safety rails so common sense and caution must prevail.
The nearby beach is the best in Tongatapu.
Enjoy.
Este lugar es sumo hermosa.
Written 9 December 2019
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Mjay
Invercargill, New Zealand55 contributions
For nature lovers
Nov 2018
Beautiful natural formation worth a visit. I was on a guided tour so was taken to the best spots for photography. would recommend going with a guide.
Written 30 September 2019
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Richard T
Burnley, UK1,045 contributions
Stunning but hard to find!
Jun 2019 • Couples
A natural phenomenon that is definitely worth making the fort to visit. It can be hard to find even if you are within a few metres of the bridge and cave/crater. We were on a guided tour so we had no problem, but we spoke to someone who went without a guide a couple of days previously and could not find it. If going without a guide, get very detailed instructions.
Written 4 June 2019
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Adilah D
16 contributions
Breathtaking
Dec 2018 • Family
Beautiful cliffs plus the ocean breeze is exceptional, you can get enrichment from the oceanic minerals around here, just feel the breeze.
Written 22 January 2019
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TravelinAlan
Los Angeles, CA1,955 contributions
Worth A Look
Nov 2018 • Solo
A stop on an island tour I was doing. Interesting natural land formation. Good opportunity for a photo.
Written 30 November 2018
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MattBGreen
Sydney, Australia211 contributions
Nature is clever
Nov 2018 • Couples
When you do a Day Tour of Tonga this is myst see. Even if just for the beautiful oceab views and the colour of the water in the waterhole. Walking over the landbridge is a great feeling, knowing what's below you - the raging ocean.
Written 21 November 2018
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lmiller808
Island of Hawaii, HI120 contributions
Couldn't get to it
Sep 2018 • Couples
The road was so terrible, we only made it to the Overlook. Imagine continually scraping the bottom of your car on a narrow, muddy, rocky pig path for 20 minutes. The road was only wide enough for one car, so we had to drive into the sticker bushes on the side to let cars pass to exit. It was a great view, but I never would have gone there if I'd known how bad the road was to the Overlook. The road to the Bridge was off to the side and looked worse, so that was a no go.
Written 27 September 2018
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Lisa S
Newcastle, Australia10 contributions
A beautiful landmark - much bigger than expected
Aug 2018 • Friends
This large landmark is not signposted so can be difficult to find even though it is on the tourist map. At the intersection between Hala Liku & Hala Hufangalupe, turn onto the dirt road towards the coast and follow for approx 200m. The bridge is on your left just before the cliff and is so large that you can drive over it.
Written 4 September 2018
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stork90
Mount Juliet, TN907 contributions
Beautiful and isolated
Jul 2018 • Couples
Luckily we were taken here during our island tour from Friends Cafe (with Collin as our guide) because we probably wouldn't have found it on our own, down an unmarked dirt road, and then walking on narrow tracks through tall grass. Sorry I can't give you good directions; maybe Google maps would help.

It is very isolated and tucked out of the way down a little incline, but the sound of the surf draws you, and the breezes there are so cooling. The views from the cliff over the ocean are quite expansive and include nearly the entire southern coast. You can see the spray from the blowholes from here!

This was one of our favorite stops on our island tour, second only to the blowholes.
Written 19 July 2018
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