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The resort has 8 traditional Tongan thatched fales. Fale is the Tongan word for house.



Restaurant and Bar

We serve a table d’hote menu with an International cuisine. We use locally grown organic produce to create many in-season island specialties.


About Our Resort

Swim with humpback whales at Treasure Island in Tonga, using a Polynesian designed outrigger boat. This gives you the best chance at approaching whales quietly and experiencing true interactive swims with these magnificent creatures.

On treasure island, we promote harmony to maintain a peaceful environment. Our accommodation is powered by solar energy, as well as utilising solar power to charge up your electronic equipment. We collected fresh rainwater, which we filter and store in tanks for our use. The resort is connected to the outside world by VHF radio, mobile telephone, and wireless internet. We provide and serve local organic foods and we recycle where possible.

We are very proud to utilize our highly efficient traditional 37ft outrigger “Tofua’a Moana” (Ocean Whale) built on Eueiki Island by the owner, Mark Belvedere. The Tofua’a Moana is an environmentally friendly vessel, moving quickly, smoothly and quietly to provide you with the most comfortable boat transportation and with a quite approach to the whales during season.

Our History

We acquired Eueiki from the Tongan government in 2006 and we are the first and only human inhabitants of the island, making Treasure Island Eco Resort Tonga the perfect destination for those seeking peace and serenity.

When you stay at our resort you will have the opportunity to learn about the highlights of the untold story of the greatest seafaring migration in human history. Please see our educational and cultural experience.

Other plans include showcasing the King of Tonga’s 108-foot double-hull sailing canoe, the Kalia, along with the addition of an educational library and museum. Soon, visitors to Treasure Island Eco Resort Tonga will be able to experience smaller sailing outriggers while whale watching, fishing, or seafood gathering.