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It was a good place to stay while on the mainland, because it was a bit out of town and on a beach.
There are better places to swim around as you had a bit of walking on the coral to reach the water. The...More
Thankyou for a great holiday. Pick up at airport 3.00am.Nothing was any problem. Staff wonderful security take us back to fala every night. Fala water front are special worth the money. Special thanks to Nancy who made our holiday complete. Only thing the pool at...More
The food here was wonderful, the host and staff were very friendly and helpful. The accommodation was pretty basic but ok,
In truth, the walled pool was a little scummy and dirty but it didn't stop myself and my 3 year old son having a...More
Our stay at Liku'alofa was a great holiday and a wonderful base for a family adventure. Highlights were the friendly, helpful staff and the fresh local food (fish, fruit in particular). We all swam and snorkelled every day. It's hard to imagine a better place...More
I loved my stay at Liku'alofa. It is in one of nicest parts of the world, with the sound of the surf on the reef a constant soothing presence and the gardens a delight as well. The staff were friendly, helpful and relaxed. I'd come...More
US$72 - US$105 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, THere isn't what most people would describe a sandy beach. Nobody sits on it - they just sit around by the side of the resort's pool (which also had lots of broken beer bottles in the 3inches of sand!) Just about 3m of... More
Hi, THere isn't what most people would describe a sandy beach. Nobody sits on it - they just sit around by the side of the resort's pool (which also had lots of broken beer bottles in the 3inches of sand!) Just about 3m of sand interspersed with rock at low tide. Biggest concern is the amount of broken beer bottles on the 'beach'. These are from the resort because they don't clear them up - they have not washed up from further away as they are still razor sharp. I collected bits up several days, but hardly made an impression.
The coral is completely dead - no colour whatsoever. That's global warming's fault, though. THere are some smaller fish around and the bright blue starfish, but you are warned against swimming out over the point where it gets deep - unlike in some places like Samoa. I still enjoyed snorkelling, but it was not as good as any other Pacific Island we've been too.
Hope that helps.