Nukualofa, capital and biggest town of Tonga, on the northern shore of Tongatapu Island, in the southern Pacific Ocean. It is the island’s main port and head financial, authoritative, and traveler focus. Pumpkins, copra, vanilla, and bananas are traded. Oil stores are known to exist under the sea depths close Nukualofa, yet a savvy strategy for abusing the oil has not yet been created. The red-roofed Royal Palace (finished in 1867), on the waterfront, is a noteworthy milestone.
Nukualofa highlights a tropical rainforest atmosphere. Temperatures are marginally hotter during January and February where normal temperatures float around 25 °C (77 °F) than June and July where the normal temperatures is approximately 21 °C (70 °F). Nukualofa sees somewhat more than 1,700 millimeters (67 in) of precipitation every year. As the exchange winds are practically lasting and typhoons are not uncommon in Nukualofa, the atmosphere isn’t central yet oceanic exchange wind tropical atmosphere.