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Facts about Tonga

Tonga is one of the relatively untapped tourist destinations in the world. The country is unpolished and unfailingly authentic with an abundance of gorgeous beaches and resorts where tourists can engage themselves in a variety of activities. You can have fun snorkeling, diving, yachting, kayaking, fishing or just laze around on the beach. Whatever your choice of activity, you can be sure you will have a fun time in Tonga.
 
The number of visitors in Tonga sits at an average of just over 53,000 people. As Tonga comes up on people’s radar as a beautiful destination to have a lovely vacation, the number of visits to the country is bound to increase.
 
 Possession, usage, and trafficking of illegal drugs will result in jail sentences, community work or heavy fines.
 
Nationals of all Schengen area member states may enter Tonga visa-free up to 90 days within a 180-day period. Citizens of China may gain entry into the country visa-free for up to 30 days.

Basic Travel Requirements for Filipinos visiting Tonga

  • A completely filled visa application form 
  • The passport photo must be no older than 6 months
  • Original Passport or Travel document with at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and have at least 2 visa pages clear of any markings.
  • Passport Copy. A clear scan of the information pages of your signed, machine-readable passport. Provide the pages of your current passport showing your photo, personal details, and passport issue and expiry dates. It must be valid for six months beyond the expiry date of the visa.
  • Provide a previous passport if any.
  • Proof of sufficient funds to support travel
  • Hotel reservation(s) for the duration of your visit.
  • The embassy recommends not to purchase tickets until the visa is approved. 
  • Flight reservations(s) for the country of your visit and return ticket
  • An Onward Ticket is a flight reservation made by a real travel agency that can be helpful for visa applications or if you want to enter a country without purchasing a return flight. 
  • A cover letter mentioning the details of the applicant, travel, and details of the other members traveling with you.

Types of Tonga Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Business Visa 15 days 90 days(extendable to 180 days)
Tourist Visa 15 days 90 days (extendable 180 days)
Work Visa 15 days 90 days(extendable to 180 days)
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Visa 30 days
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Visas of Tonga Fees

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FAQs about Visas of Tonga

How do people dress in Tonga ?

Tongan clothing culture is conservative, to say the least. A woman must cover their knees and elbows and men are usually dressed in pants or Tupenu (cloth wrap skirt) and don't show their knees either. Even young men if wearing shorts will be shorts that cover the knees unless they are playing sports.

Is Tonga cheap to visit ?

Yes, Tonga is fairly easy to visit as a budget backpacker, as there were plenty of hostels and cheap guesthouses on the islands, inexpensive ferries, and the food are cheap.

Is it safe to visit Tonga ?

Yes, Tonga, in general, is a safe country to visit, though late nights and booze can be a bad mix, the big boys sometimes brawl in the bars. 

What is Tonga main religion ?

Protestantism is the biggest religion in Tonga. Followers of this religion account for 64.9% of the population of the country. 16.8% of the population are Mormons. The third most popular religion in Tonga is Roman Catholicism whose adherents constitute 15.6% of the population.

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Business Visa from Philippines to Tonga

This visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to Tonga for business purposes Original, signed passport valid for 6 months beyond stay in Tonga, with at least one blank passport page available for a Tonga visa stamp. Amendment pages in the back of the passport are not suitable for Tonga visas. One Tonga tourist visa application form per applicant properly completed, including the declaration page, and signed.  Two recent 2 x 2 passport type photographs, in color, front view and with a plain/white background. A letter of invitation from the host/tourist company Two character references from two individuals who have known the applicant for a significant period of time (referee's full contact details must be provided and will be verified by the visa officer). Proof of Travel Arrangements Computer-generated flight itinerary from the airline or travel agency or copy of airline tickets. A National Police Clearance issued in the past 3 months. A medical report (in accordance with prescribed Tonga Health Form) issued within the past 6 months by a medical practitioner approved by Tonga immigration. Copies of all visa supporting documents, including information pages of passport, are required and must be submitted along with originals.

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Tourist Visa from Philippines to Tonga

This visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to Tonga for tourism Two passport photographs with a white background. A letter of invitation from the company Duly accomplished tourist visa application form Payment of visa fees Travel itinerary Proof of a clean criminal record Medical Insurance Bank statement within the last six months issued from the bank. Income tax revenue  Flight itinerary Proof of accommodation

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Work Visa from Philippines to Tonga

This visa is issued to the Philippines traveling to work in Tonga Completed visa application form  Two recent passport photographs of all applicants. Valid passport (valid for the period for which the visa is to be issued) Medical insurance A document that proofs your qualification for the job title Police certificate (for persons over the age of 16) from the country in which the principal applicant is ordinarily resident; Signed declaration (page 3 of the application form). Proof of educational qualifications Proof of letter of employment from the organization in Tonga Payment of visa fees Income tax revenue The applicant ID card Proof of accommodation Flight itinerary.

Category: Work visa, Visas of Tonga, Visa

Visa from Philippines to Tonga

Tonga is one of the relatively untapped tourist destinations in the world. The country is unpolished and unfailingly authentic with an abundance of gorgeous beaches and resorts where tourists can engage themselves in a variety of activities. You can have fun snorkeling, diving, yachting, kayaking, fishing or just laze around on the beach. Whatever your choice of activity, you can be sure you will have a fun time in Tonga.   The number of visitors in Tonga sits at an average of just over 53,000 people. As Tonga comes up on people’s radar as a beautiful destination to have a lovely vacation, the number of visits to the country is bound to increase.    Possession, usage, and trafficking of illegal drugs will result in jail sentences, community work or heavy fines.   Nationals of all Schengen area member states may enter Tonga visa-free up to 90 days within a 180-day period. Citizens of China may gain entry into the country visa-free for up to 30 days.

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Visa from Philippines to Tonga

Visa on arrival is the visa granted to Philippine citizens when visiting Tuvalu for a stay up to 30 days. Visitors are required to present the following documents: An international passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of their entry into the country and the reservation of a minimum of empty pages on your passport for necessary stampings. A return ticket or ticket for travelling to another country and a visa for that country if it is required. Provision of proof of hotel reservation or any other means of your accommodation in Taiwan. An arrival card issued to you by the airline you boarded or your cruise ship firm. You are to present all above-mentioned documents to the Taiwanese Immigration officers on your arrival in one of the country's port. Provision of a police report showing you are showing that you are crime-free. Medical Insurance covering the duration of your entire stay in Vanuatu and the presentation of documents confirming the purpose of your travel. Failure to meet all the above-listed document required will cause you an entry denial. An airport embarkation fee costing VUV 2,800 is levied on passengers embarking on international flights, except for children under the age of 12 years. The average expected time for airlines to travel to Port Vila, Vanuatu from Manila, Philippines is 12 hours, 30 minutes. Some airlines travelling to Vanuatu from the Philippines are Philippine Airlines, Air Niugini, Aircalin, Qantas and Air Vanuatu. The standard time zone of Vanuatu is (GMT+11), while that of the Philippines is also (GMT+8). This indicates Vanuatu is 3 hours ahead of the Philippines. The Vanuatu telephone code is (+678) serves as a medium for both national and international communication. Banks in Vanuatu are inoperative on weekends (Saturdays and Sundays). There is no restriction to the foreign currency you can bring in or take out of the country. An amount or any negotiable instruments such as promissory notes, bank drafts, cheques etc that exceeds VUV 1,000,000 or its equivalent is to be declared. All baggage will be cleared at your last destination in any Vanuatu international airport. An import permit, veterinarian health certificate and rabies vaccination certificates are required from those coming into Vanuatu with their pets. An import permit issued by the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) is required for the importation of arms and ammunition. Vanuatu capital city is Port Vila, while its local currency is Vanuatu Vatu (VUV). Vanuatu has 3 official languages and they are Bislama which is the national language, French and English are the other official languages spoken by its over 2,8000 population. Christianity is the predominant religion of Vanuatu. Places to explore in Vanuatu are Champagne Beach, Hideaway, Iririki Island, Mount Yasur etc. Filipinos travellers to Vanuatu should budget an average of VUV 43,000 to cater for their daily expenses when in Vanuatu. Vanuatu meals entail taro, banana, yam, coconut, sugarcane, tropical nuts, tinned fish, rice, fowls and seafood. Vanuatu plug type is of type I. The standard supply voltage is 220V with the frequency of 50 Hz.

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Visa from Philippines to Tonga

Visa on arrival is the visa granted to Philippine citizens when visiting Tuvalu for a stay up to 30 days. Visitors are required to present the following documents: An international passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of their entry into the country and the reservation of a minimum of empty pages on your passport for necessary stampings. A return ticket or ticket for travelling to another country and a visa for that country if it is required. Provision of proof of hotel reservation or any other means of your accommodation in Taiwan. An arrival card issued to you by the airline you boarded or your cruise ship firm. You are to present all above-mentioned documents to the Taiwanese Immigration officers on your arrival in one of the country's port. Provision of a police report showing you are showing that you are crime-free. Medical Insurance covering the duration of your entire stay in Vanuatu and the presentation of documents confirming the purpose of your travel. Failure to meet all the above-listed document required will cause you an entry denial. An airport embarkation fee costing VUV 2,800 is levied on passengers embarking on international flights, except for children under the age of 12 years. The average expected time for airlines to travel to Port Vila, Vanuatu from Manila, Philippines is 12 hours, 30 minutes. Some airlines travelling to Vanuatu from the Philippines are Philippine Airlines, Air Niugini, Aircalin, Qantas and Air Vanuatu. The standard time zone of Vanuatu is (GMT+11), while that of the Philippines is also (GMT+8). This indicates Vanuatu is 3 hours ahead of the Philippines. The Vanuatu telephone code is (+678) serves as a medium for both national and international communication. Banks in Vanuatu are inoperative on weekends (Saturdays and Sundays). There is no restriction to the foreign currency you can bring in or take out of the country. An amount or any negotiable instruments such as promissory notes, bank drafts, cheques etc that exceeds VUV 1,000,000 or its equivalent is to be declared. All baggage will be cleared at your last destination in any Vanuatu international airport. An import permit, veterinarian health certificate and rabies vaccination certificates are required from those coming into Vanuatu with their pets. An import permit issued by the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) is required for the importation of arms and ammunition. Vanuatu capital city is Port Vila, while its local currency is Vanuatu Vatu (VUV). Vanuatu has 3 official languages and they are Bislama which is the national language, French and English are the other official languages spoken by its over 2,8000 population. Christianity is the predominant religion of Vanuatu. Places to explore in Vanuatu are Champagne Beach, Hideaway, Iririki Island, Mount Yasur etc. Filipinos travellers to Vanuatu should budget an average of VUV 43,000 to cater for their daily expenses when in Vanuatu. Vanuatu meals entail taro, banana, yam, coconut, sugarcane, tropical nuts, tinned fish, rice, fowls and seafood. Vanuatu plug type is of type I. The standard supply voltage is 220V with the frequency of 50 Hz.

Category: Visas of Tonga, Visa-Free, Visa

Visa from Philippines to Tonga

Visa on arrival is the visa granted to Philippine citizens when visiting Tuvalu for a stay up to 30 days. Visitors are required to present the following documents: An international passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of their entry into the country and the reservation of a minimum of empty pages on your passport for necessary stampings. A return ticket or ticket for travelling to another country and a visa for that country if it is required. Provision of proof of hotel reservation or any other means of your accommodation in Taiwan. An arrival card issued to you by the airline you boarded or your cruise ship firm. You are to present all above-mentioned documents to the Taiwanese Immigration officers on your arrival in one of the country's port. Provision of a police report showing you are showing that you are crime-free. Medical Insurance covering the duration of your entire stay in Vanuatu and the presentation of documents confirming the purpose of your travel. Failure to meet all the above-listed document required will cause you an entry denial. An airport embarkation fee costing VUV 2,800 is levied on passengers embarking on international flights, except for children under the age of 12 years. The average expected time for airlines to travel to Port Vila, Vanuatu from Manila, Philippines is 12 hours, 30 minutes. Some airlines travelling to Vanuatu from the Philippines are Philippine Airlines, Air Niugini, Aircalin, Qantas and Air Vanuatu. The standard time zone of Vanuatu is (GMT+11), while that of the Philippines is also (GMT+8). This indicates Vanuatu is 3 hours ahead of the Philippines. The Vanuatu telephone code is (+678) serves as a medium for both national and international communication. Banks in Vanuatu are inoperative on weekends (Saturdays and Sundays). There is no restriction to the foreign currency you can bring in or take out of the country. An amount or any negotiable instruments such as promissory notes, bank drafts, cheques etc that exceeds VUV 1,000,000 or its equivalent is to be declared. All baggage will be cleared at your last destination in any Vanuatu international airport. An import permit, veterinarian health certificate and rabies vaccination certificates are required from those coming into Vanuatu with their pets. An import permit issued by the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) is required for the importation of arms and ammunition. Vanuatu capital city is Port Vila, while its local currency is Vanuatu Vatu (VUV). Vanuatu has 3 official languages and they are Bislama which is the national language, French and English are the other official languages spoken by its over 2,8000 population. Christianity is the predominant religion of Vanuatu. Places to explore in Vanuatu are Champagne Beach, Hideaway, Iririki Island, Mount Yasur etc. Filipinos travellers to Vanuatu should budget an average of VUV 43,000 to cater for their daily expenses when in Vanuatu. Vanuatu meals entail taro, banana, yam, coconut, sugarcane, tropical nuts, tinned fish, rice, fowls and seafood. Vanuatu plug type is of type I. The standard supply voltage is 220V with the frequency of 50 Hz.

Category: Visas of Tonga, Visa-Free, Visa

Visa from Philippines to Tonga

Visa on arrival is the visa granted to Philippine citizens when visiting Tuvalu for a stay up to 30 days. Visitors are required to present the following documents: An international passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of their entry into the country and the reservation of a minimum of empty pages on your passport for necessary stampings. A return ticket or ticket for travelling to another country and a visa for that country if it is required. Provision of proof of hotel reservation or any other means of your accommodation in Taiwan. An arrival card issued to you by the airline you boarded or your cruise ship firm. You are to present all above-mentioned documents to the Taiwanese Immigration officers on your arrival in one of the country's port. Provision of a police report showing you are showing that you are crime-free. Medical Insurance covering the duration of your entire stay in Vanuatu and the presentation of documents confirming the purpose of your travel. Failure to meet all the above-listed document required will cause you an entry denial. An airport embarkation fee costing VUV 2,800 is levied on passengers embarking on international flights, except for children under the age of 12 years. The average expected time for airlines to travel to Port Vila, Vanuatu from Manila, Philippines is 12 hours, 30 minutes. Some airlines travelling to Vanuatu from the Philippines are Philippine Airlines, Air Niugini, Aircalin, Qantas and Air Vanuatu. The standard time zone of Vanuatu is (GMT+11), while that of the Philippines is also (GMT+8). This indicates Vanuatu is 3 hours ahead of the Philippines. The Vanuatu telephone code is (+678) serves as a medium for both national and international communication. Banks in Vanuatu are inoperative on weekends (Saturdays and Sundays). There is no restriction to the foreign currency you can bring in or take out of the country. An amount or any negotiable instruments such as promissory notes, bank drafts, cheques etc that exceeds VUV 1,000,000 or its equivalent is to be declared. All baggage will be cleared at your last destination in any Vanuatu international airport. An import permit, veterinarian health certificate and rabies vaccination certificates are required from those coming into Vanuatu with their pets. An import permit issued by the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) is required for the importation of arms and ammunition. Vanuatu capital city is Port Vila, while its local currency is Vanuatu Vatu (VUV). Vanuatu has 3 official languages and they are Bislama which is the national language, French and English are the other official languages spoken by its over 2,8000 population. Christianity is the predominant religion of Vanuatu. Places to explore in Vanuatu are Champagne Beach, Hideaway, Iririki Island, Mount Yasur etc. Filipinos travellers to Vanuatu should budget an average of VUV 43,000 to cater for their daily expenses when in Vanuatu. Vanuatu meals entail taro, banana, yam, coconut, sugarcane, tropical nuts, tinned fish, rice, fowls and seafood. Vanuatu plug type is of type I. The standard supply voltage is 220V with the frequency of 50 Hz.

Category: Visas of Tonga, Visa-Free, Visa

Visa from Philippines to Tonga

Visa on arrival is the visa granted to Philippine citizens when visiting Tuvalu for a stay up to 30 days. Visitors are required to present the following documents: An international passport that is valid for at least 6 months from the date of their entry into the country and the reservation of a minimum of empty pages on your passport for necessary stampings. A return ticket or ticket for travelling to another country and a visa for that country if it is required. Provision of proof of hotel reservation or any other means of your accommodation in Taiwan. An arrival card issued to you by the airline you boarded or your cruise ship firm. You are to present all above-mentioned documents to the Taiwanese Immigration officers on your arrival in one of the country's port. Provision of a police report showing you are showing that you are crime-free. Medical Insurance covering the duration of your entire stay in Vanuatu and the presentation of documents confirming the purpose of your travel. Failure to meet all the above-listed document required will cause you an entry denial. An airport embarkation fee costing VUV 2,800 is levied on passengers embarking on international flights, except for children under the age of 12 years. The average expected time for airlines to travel to Port Vila, Vanuatu from Manila, Philippines is 12 hours, 30 minutes. Some airlines travelling to Vanuatu from the Philippines are Philippine Airlines, Air Niugini, Aircalin, Qantas and Air Vanuatu. The standard time zone of Vanuatu is (GMT+11), while that of the Philippines is also (GMT+8). This indicates Vanuatu is 3 hours ahead of the Philippines. The Vanuatu telephone code is (+678) serves as a medium for both national and international communication. Banks in Vanuatu are inoperative on weekends (Saturdays and Sundays). There is no restriction to the foreign currency you can bring in or take out of the country. An amount or any negotiable instruments such as promissory notes, bank drafts, cheques etc that exceeds VUV 1,000,000 or its equivalent is to be declared. All baggage will be cleared at your last destination in any Vanuatu international airport. An import permit, veterinarian health certificate and rabies vaccination certificates are required from those coming into Vanuatu with their pets. An import permit issued by the Vanuatu Police Force (VPF) is required for the importation of arms and ammunition. Vanuatu capital city is Port Vila, while its local currency is Vanuatu Vatu (VUV). Vanuatu has 3 official languages and they are Bislama which is the national language, French and English are the other official languages spoken by its over 2,8000 population. Christianity is the predominant religion of Vanuatu. Places to explore in Vanuatu are Champagne Beach, Hideaway, Iririki Island, Mount Yasur etc. Filipinos travellers to Vanuatu should budget an average of VUV 43,000 to cater for their daily expenses when in Vanuatu. Vanuatu meals entail taro, banana, yam, coconut, sugarcane, tropical nuts, tinned fish, rice, fowls and seafood. Vanuatu plug type is of type I. The standard supply voltage is 220V with the frequency of 50 Hz.

Category: Visas of Tonga, Visa-Free, Visa