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Humpback Whales of Tonga

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Swimming with the Humpback Whales of Tonga


Meet Remora, a mother Humpback whale and her calf Solomon.
I shared many special encounters with these two.
Read about my whale moments in the Summer '03 issue.


That's me swimming next to Remora and Solomon. Once you've
looked into the eye of a Humpback whale, your life is changed forever.


As a new born calf, Solomon reveled in his new
found swimming ability. His antics provided endless amusement
for our group of whale watchers.


A rainbow appears over the small town of Neia'fu and
its harbor, Port of Refuge.


This secluded island is know as Blue Lagoon.
See how idyllic it is in every way.




These are some of the faces of Tonga. Read about these
warm and generous people, their customs and traditions in the
Summer '03 issue of Have Children Will Travel."
 Travel with Deb to Tonga to swim with Humpback whales.
Find her adventure in the Summer '03 issue of
Have Children Will Travel.

>>Read Article>>


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