'Ene'io Botanical Gardens is the number 1 rated "Thing to do" in Neiafu, Vava'u as determined by guest feedback on TripAdvisor. It's easy to see why. From a tour of the garden, to a swim in the bay and lunch at a delightful restaurant overlooking the water ... there is so much to see and do.
'Ene’io” is derived from two Tongan words: "‘Ene" meaning “to tickle” and “'Io” meaning "Yes", so the literal meaning of " 'Ene'io" is: To Tickle until one says Yes. ‘Ene’io is the name of the well-known beach at Tu’anekivale village, situated on the eastern end of Vava'u. It is the name also of two freshwater holes located at lower end of the ‘Ene’io Botanical Garden.
Our mission in developing Ene'io is to enrich visitor experience by providing a unique and extraordinary cultural experience based on eco-tourism through conservation and protection of plant biodiversity, while improving the well-being of the local people.
We look forward to welcoming you.