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17 Oct. - 18 Oct.
It was amazing. All facilities were great, as it was spotlessly clean, extremely friendly and well cared for. I would definitely return and recommend it to all my friends.
We had the garden villa which was nice a private. The staff were friendly and helpful, and happy to have a chat, recommend activities and ensure we got the best out of our stay. Loved the ease of being able to borrow a kayak or paddle board whenever I wanted. This included a fantastic sunrise on ...
27 Oct. - 28 Oct.
Some renovations of the rooms would be great. Otherwise all good for 3 stars resort level.
6 Nov. - 7 Nov.
Location and view was terrific however the room was run down and very dark. Housekeeping was a bit hit and miss, on one occasion our room wasn’t made up until after 6pm when we went out for dinner.
3 Nov. - 4 Nov.
The staff made our stay very enjoyable. Everybody was so friendly and helpful. Rooms were spacious and comfortable. I wouldn’t call the buffet breakfast “buffet” but it was included so I can’t really complain. Overall, good experience
1 Nov. - 2 Nov.
22 Oct. - 23 Oct.
Let’s get this getaway cooking in Rarotonga, home to the capital city the Cook Islands. On this relatively small, beach-lined island you’ll be scooping fresh eats straight out of coconut shells as you watch the waves on the South Pacific—not a bad gig, mate. So pack your bathers and a can-do-nothing attitude and get outta here.
You’ll easily find hotels in Rarotonga’s four main districts on the waterfront and tucked between swaying palm trees. Commitment is hard. Tell Rarotonga you want to keep it casual and book Cook Islands accommodation all over the archipelago.
Rarotonga is mostly circular and lined with one continuous road. That means even if you wouldn’t win any awards for orienteering, finding the quite waters of Muri Lagoon on the southeast coast and prime snorkelling spots at Turora Beach is easy. Flaunt your golden tan at Maire Nui Botanical Gardens in Titikaveka and Aroa Marine Reserve on the southwest coast of the Arorangi District. Of course the moray eels care about your suntan! All hungry? Fill up on local eats and fusion cuisine with flavours from Asia and Polynesia. Local specialties include rori, a dish of savoury sea cucumber, and ika, raw fish cured in lemon juice and drenched in coconut cream. If you feel the food coma already, don’t worry. You can have your pick of luxey Rarotonga accommodation to help with that.
Touch down at Rarotonga International Airport (RAR), about 3 km west of downtown Avarua, the capital. If you want to hire a car, you’ll need a Cook Islands driver’s license, but if you pack light, the island is quite walkable.
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