IMAGINE…personal, inexpensive “Lifeboat Strategy” escape if/when necessary from the decline of U.S. and other Western country chaos with further depreciation of the Dollar/Euro, etc., inflation, dysfunctional governments, having some gold bullion in your pocket…
cruising your ocean-capable yacht throughout the South Pacific and then return to your home port of Tonga, to a secure mooring within a 360 degree protected lagoon and island in the Vava’u Group; 99-year land lease (no freehold in Tonga) land with ocean & lagoon views available starting at just US$3,850. one-time payment(not a typo) each per 600 m2 parcels & we suggest a lease of 2 or 3 adjacent parcels for ‘buffers’ between residences. INTRODUCTORY PRICING above for 1 to 5 or more lots !
Contact us now for more information……… properties – lots, homes, resorts, B & B’s, islands and Inns offered from US$1,850. to US$950,000.
Request more data on a special 4-acre beach property on the Hunga Island protected Lagoon – just $43,500. one-time payment + $86. monthly for a 96 year lease – see last 2 photos !
Compare Tonga prices to those in the Caribbean and join us in true Paradise !
Excerpt from Robert Bryce’s article ‘Paint Your Wagon’ – “……. and life are related, maybe more than what we think. As you pick your movie, you can pick your life. If a change is in order, you will feel it. If you feel it and don’t get it taken care of, it may fester into an illness. Overcoming the resistance to seeing the doctor, breaking the ties and stepping over the barriers that are just painted seem to be necessary sometimes to live life more fully. I don’t know what we paid to get in this life, but I want my money’s worth. If islands, freedom, safety, healthy environment, adventure, funny people and situations turn you on, go for it.
Not long ago Mr. Z was a nobody in his home country, today he owns a small resort on an island and is in heaven. He and his wife sold out, converting their house in the Northern Hemisphere into a few native style rental units. Now they can live happily ever after, entertaining their guests with stories of how they stepped over that painted barrier to freedom. You have to live somewhere, might as well be in paradise. Paint your wagon, and come along.”