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Tonga Lumina

Mont Tremblant, Canada
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About Tonga Lumina
Deep in the heart of Mont Tremblant, the last of the giants has awoken. Follow your sense of adventure to discover the secret he wants to share. Legend has it that a sleeping giant calls Mont Tremblant home. Whenever he awakens, his descendants return to this sacred land to seek out his ancient wisdom. In these modern times, as the forest is cloaked in shades of green, the giant now beckons to us as well. What secret does he have to share? Will the journey be a risky one? Don the amulet of the lost people and let your spirit of adventure be your guide, as you follow a mysterious path deep into the heart of this enchanted mountain.
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VACanuck wrote a review Sep. 2020
Ottawa, Canada567 contributions472 helpful votes
A 15 minute wait to get on a chair lift to go into the ski trails to see lights shone into the trees...the ‘interactive amulet’ is a joke. It doesn’t interact with anything. Pretty disappointing considering how expensive it is to go. The theme is First Nations folklore. Tonga is some giant. One section of the walk was pretty good with tiny lights projected on the leaves. You end up having to walk all the way back down to the back of the Fairmont. Takes about 45 minutes start to finish. Otherwise I found it very overpriced and a lot of hype over nothing. I’d recommend spending your money elsewhere. An entrance for two adults would buy you a decent meal for two.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from TremblantResort, Guest Experience at Tonga Lumina
Responded Oct. 22, 2020
Bonjour VACanuck, Thank you for taking the time to leave a review! It is really unfortunate that your experience at Tonga Lumina didn’t quite match your expectations. Please know that we have taken note of your feedback for future reference. Best regards, -Guest Experience, Tremblant
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Catherine M wrote a review Sep. 2020
Montreal, Canada301 contributions39 helpful votes
If you are in Mont-Tremblant for a weekend, I would recommend stopping here. But should reserve before since places are limited because of COVID. If you have mobility problems, this activity is not for you since there is a lot of walking and it is not all on a straight path. Veut fun activity for the kids. Dress very warm for this activity!!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from TremblantResort, Guest Experience at Tonga Lumina
Responded Oct. 19, 2020
Hello catherinemV8078ID, Thank you very much for your review. We really appreciate that you took the time to share your experience! Cordially, -Guest Experience, Tremblant
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Malik Murad wrote a review Aug. 2020
Toronto, Canada110 contributions54 helpful votes
We were two families and when we reached on the first weekend of August 2020, we were so disappointed to know that it was fully booked. So, the advise is to book in advance.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from TremblantResort, Guest Experience at Tonga Lumina
Responded Oct. 9, 2020
Hello MalikMurad, Indeed, since the number of people for each start and on the trail is limited, it is recommended to book tickets in advance. Nevertheless, we understand your disappointment and we hope we will have the chance to welcoming you next time! Best regards, -Guest experience, Tremblant
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Traveller & Foodie wrote a review Aug. 2020
Montreal, Canada3,292 contributions12,493 helpful votes
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There are a few important things to know when you decide to do the Tonga Lumina. The lift brings you to the top of where the Luge begins. Once you get off the lift, you need to walk a good 200 meters uphill to get to where the Tonga Lumina begins. You need suitable sportswear, and you also need appropriate clothes as it does get very chilly at night in Mont-Tremblant. If you are an older person with heart conditions, the steep walk is an intermediate level, so you need to be aware of this. There are benches on the way so you can rest. Once you enter Tonga Lumina land, the forest is illuminated with lights that will impress you. You need to listen to the story to enjoy it. I found a lot of people were talking and not listening and just passing by the show of lights quickly. It is an uphill and downhill experience, and it’s very dark in the forest; you need to pay attention not to stumble on something. There are one or two first aid people there in case you might fall and get hurt. The light show reveals messages of a mythical giant who is the ancestral protector of the fauna, the flora, the lakes and rivers. If you go and talk all the time and not pay attention to what is said, you will miss the point. There are benches in some areas because some of the lighting shows in the mountains had a story, and one of them was a four-minute show. We stayed twice for this one because the first show the people around us kept talking, and we could not hear what was said; after we sat on the benches to enjoy the show, we enjoyed it more because it talks about protecting the environment. After the show is finished the walk down the mountain is very long. I would say it took one hour to do this activity. The Foresta Lumina in Coaticook is better; however, it was still a nice experience. When you are walking back, it is very dark; just be careful. I did enjoy my experience.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from TremblantResort, Guest Experience at Tonga Lumina
Responded Oct. 9, 2020
Bonjour NancyLope, Thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us and the community! This information will certainly be useful for people who might be interested in the activity. Cordially, -Guest experience, Tremblant
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Circinus1 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Montreal, Canada7 contributions
Very nice experience, 45 minutes walk in the forest with impressive light and sound effects. We both enjoyed it and recommend it.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Response from TremblantResort, Guest Experience at Tonga Lumina
Responded Oct. 9, 2020
Hello Circinus1, Thank you so much for your review. We are delighted to learn that the sensory experience Tonga Lumina has met your expectations! Best regards! -Guest experience, Tremblant
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