The pristine South Pacific Kingdom of Tonga is a country of beautiful and friendly people, and it is a place that enjoys an aura of absolute peace. With a total area of 748 square km (about four times the size of Washington, D.C.) Tonga consists of 171 islands, although only about 45 islands see human inhabitation. Tonga also just happens to be the last constitutional monarchy in the South Pacific. While it is on the road to economic advancement, it also adheres to a path of obedience to culture and respect for nature and family alike.
Tropical paradise -- yes, it still exists and this eBook will help take you there.
Trevor Jefferson wanted out of America. For valid reasons, which he explains in plain language, he’d had enough. He started looking on the Internet for foreign real estate and a listing for Tonga caught his eye. Soon, Trevor and his wife and their children were on their way to a new life in a pristine tropical paradise.
In this eBook, Retiring, Working and Doing Business in Tonga, Trevor shares his story and the benefit of his first-hand knowledge and experience with life in the island kingdom. You will be enchanted by the breathtaking color pictures and descriptions of Tonga, and intrigued by the promise of the quiet and blissful existence there.
“The beautiful, brown skinned, brown eyed, black haired people of Tonga are extremely friendly and helpful, which is no doubt part of the reason the country has never rescinded its title of, ‘The Friendly Islands,’ as named by Captain Cook after he received a warm reception upon landing in Vava’u…
“Tongans are a very family oriented and care free people and do not concern themselves with the same things as Americans and Europeans do, such as being on time, increasing their nest egg, planning their retirement and traveling around the world. Tongans are content with the simpler things in life, such as family, friends, beaches and coconuts! ”
So, where exactly is Tonga? The Kingdom of Tonga is approximately l00 kilometres southwest of American Samoa, 700 km southeast of Fiji, 1,300 km northeast of New Zealand, 1,900 km east of Australia, and 2,800 km southwest of Hawaii. Most foreigners visit Tonga during its winter months (which is actually summer for Europe and America), when the temperature fluctuates between 15°C (60°F) and 24°C (75°F). In its summer months the temperature is a few degrees higher, so Tonga is generally beautiful and relaxed year round. And you will find much to be desired in the carefree, family-oriented lifestyle of its inhabitants, as well as the prospects for economic growth in this nation.
This report gives you everything you need to get you started on your move to this South Pacific paradise, beginning with the author’s own firsthand account of his remarkable journey. You’ll learn about the people, the language and the infrastructure of Tonga, and get an in-depth look at each of the country’s regions. You’ll also learn about the history of Tonga as well as who’s settling there now and what the future holds for this nation. You’ll also get lots of help finding a home there. This eBook is filled with facts, maps and weblinks, which will help you fully appreciate the geography and understand the real estate markets of the various island groups.
So what are you waiting for? This is the most up-to-date Tonga real estate information available in an eBook, complete with sample listings and preferred contacts.
These resources are assembled with the goal of helping you escape to a new and rewarding life in Tonga, and it’s available to you right here, right now, in Trevor Jefferson’s one-of-a-kind report. His assessment of Tonga’s investment climate: “red hot.” He also provides detailed statistics Tonga’s economy and cost-of-living for you to study. Then, in the humorous “A Look at the Cost of Living” he effortlessly makes the case for abundant life on these tropical islands no matter what your monthly income may be.
“Tonga is cheap! This is not a ‘little Fiji’ with prices to match its million dollar island views and taxes to match its priceless sunsets. Tonga puts Fiji, Tahiti, and even countries like Canada, America, Australia and New Zealand to shame with its low cost of living.”
This eBook also shows you how to take advantage of Tonga’s beneficial land laws, discusses different types of leases, and details step-by-step how to secure your dream property. You’ll learn about the three types of Visas available as well as how to obtain your second passport in the chapter “Becoming a Resident.”
The chapter on “Traveling To Tonga” gets you there from North America or from Europe and hooks you up with renting a car or using public transportation. You’ll learn what to pack and how to stay connected. The chapter also contains an extensive roster of Tonga’s beautiful sights and some of its historic spots as well. This valuable report on relocating to Tonga is also a comprehensive guide for those who are either wishing to visit or planning to stay.
You could find yourself living in this island paradise just as quickly and happily as Trevor Jefferson and his family did. The choice is yours! And you don’t even have to spend weeks of research to get the full picture of Tonga, one of the most beautiful and affordable places left on Earth. The resources you need to help you escape to beautiful Tonga are all in one place in Retiring, Working and Doing Business in Tonga – get the eBook now and you’ll agree that this enchanted archipelago could be your future home.