Max:The standard room has a shared bathroom access. This is the most economical option for those who have stretch the travel budget.
Max:All windows are fitted with mosquito screens. In-room amenities include a tabletop fan, a wash basin and a chair.
Max:The Superior fale has been the guests most popular choice. It is a private bungalow (furnished for extra comfort) with en-suite shower & toilet, a veranda with hammock and mosquito screens on all windows. It comes equipped with a Queen size bed and a Single bed, as well as a small fridge, ceiling fan, cafe table with two chairs, coffee/ tea facilities, bedside lamps and a clothing rack.
Bed size:1 Queen Bed and 1 Single Bed.
Max:It is a private bungalow (furnished for extra comfort) with en-suite shower & toilet, a veranda with hammock and mosquito screens on all windows.
Max:This fale is equipped with one single bed that can be occupied by two maximum persons. The fale has mosquito screens on all windows and also comes with a private veranda & hammock.
Max:The Tongan fale is the more economised fale version and is most popular with those who need or prefer the en-suite shower & toilet but can forgo most other amenities that are included in the Superior fale. In-room amenities include a ceiling fan, a bedside lamp, two chairs and clothing rack.
Bed size:2 Single beds which can be joined together to form a King Bed
The new and improved Heilala Holiday Lodge may now look more like a Beach Resort than a Lodge, but be assured you will still find the same friendly service and highly competitive rates that have made Heilala Holiday Lodge such popular choice in the past.
Heilala Holiday Lodge offers accommodation together with a Restaurant which it’s best ideal for any type of visitors who visit the friendly Island. Our facilities is built and decorated to resemble a traditional Tongan village but with comfort! The onsite restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner (lunch and dinner on pre-order).
Cancellation / Prepayment
Early check-in after 06:00 & before 11:59-half night
Late check-out after 10:00 & before 18:00-50%
Late check-out after 18:00-100%
One night confirmed stay late check-out not applicable
One month or more prior to arrival-2nights
Within 1month to 2days prior to arrival-2nights
Within 2days and no-shows prior to arrival-100%
Groups-more than 7nights-to be arranged
Refunds: USD35.00pp will be charged provided cancellation policy is met.
Other Information: Children under 18years of age-must be accompanied by an adult
Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- Car Parking
- Seating Area
- Swimming Pool(s) Outdoor
- Tour Desk
- Arrival/departure point transfers (Extra charge)
- Shuttle Service (i.e. to/from town centre - extra charge)
- Cultural Visits/Tours
- Wave surfing
- whale watching from the shore (in season)
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Tongatapu is the main island of the Kingdom of Tonga and known as the ‘Sacred South’. Expect a warm welcome at one of the world’s most easy-going international airports before journeying north across the island to the Tongan capital of Nuku’alofa. The harbour-side town is the center of Tongan commerce and government and also the residence of the Royal Family in the South Pacific’s only monarchy. Around 70,000 people live on Tongatapu, and Nuku’alofa – ‘Abode of Love’ – is a vibrant introduction to the Kingdom.
Tongatapu has a rather cooler climate than the rest of the Tonga as it is the southernmost group of islands in the country. Because of this, fruit production is lower in Tongatapu than it is in the warmer islands in the north.
Nightlife infoEvery Wednesday and Friday night, the Tonga resorts have live entertainment. A variety of music, singing, dancing, and a kava ceremony are part of the package. The staff, sometimes accompanied by Tongans from the villages, present lovely and most importantly, authentic songs called hiva, and dances.
Culture and history infoThe importance of family Tongan society is guided by four core values, all of which combine to ensure a genuine welcome of visitors to the Kingdom of Tonga. The four core values are Feka'apa'apa'aki (mutual respect), Fevetokai'aki (sharing and fulfillment of mutual obligations), Lototoo (humility and generosity) and Tauhi vaha'a ( Loyalty and commitment) Family is the central unit of Tongan life. Older people command the most respect and each family member knows their role. A typical family unit may consist of adopted children, cousins and other distant relatives, alongside siblings and grandparents. Their respect for family is a reflection of the people's love of the Tongan Royal Family.