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Rarotonga, Cook Islands See & Do

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Rarotonga, Cook Islands
While you're visiting Rarotonga, getting onto—and into—Muri Lagoon is a must. Take a lagoon cruise in a glass-bottom boat that skims across the shallow aquamarine waters. When you stop for snorkeling, you'll see brilliantly colored reef fish and...
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Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Your guide, a dreadlocked, barefoot medicine man who's simply known as Pa, learned the secrets of the rain forest from his grandmother as a child. He's considered a Cook Islands treasure. Let this knowledgeable and passionate envoy lead you...
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Avarua District, Cook Islands
If you happen to drop by the Cook Islands Christian Church in Avarua at 10 a.m. on a Sunday, you'll be welcomed to a service so filled with joyful singing it practically raises the red-shingled roof. Afterward, visitors are invited to stay for tea...
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Rarotonga, Cook Islands
With 40 dive sites, the warm, clear waters surrounding Rarotonga are a dream for both snorkeling and scuba fans. Depths range from six meters (20 feet) to more than 30 meters (about 100 feet); there are reef, wreck, pass and cave dives, some...
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Tutakimoa Rd, Avarua District, Cook Islands
It's easy to sightsee on your own on Rarotonga. The “island bus” will take you anywhere along the road that circles the island, including two top beaches. Buses leave from the Cook’s Corner bus station in Avarua: the Clockwise on the hour and the...