The Cook Islands is a nation in the South Pacific, with political links to New Zealand. Its 15 islands are scattered over a vast area. The largest island, Rarotonga, is home to rugged mountains and Avarua, the national capital. To the north, Aitutaki Island has a vast lagoon encircled by coral reefs and small, sandy islets. The country is renowned for its many snorkeling and scuba-diving sites.
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This is the perfect tour for wildlife lovers. Save time searching for marine life and go on a tour to a place where you are guaranteed to spot turtles. No need to worry about buying a waterproof phone case as a photographer accompanies you throughout the experience to take photos of you and the turtles. After the tour, get online access to the photographs through a digital photo album.
Rarotonga Glass Bottom Lagoon Cruise
Get a window into Muri Lagoon's underwater world during this 3.5-hour cruise on a glass-bottom boat. Listen to your crew play the ukelele as you watch the fish swim among the vibrant coral, with the option to dive in for some snorkeling. Go ashore on Koromiri Islet for a barbecue meal. A portion of your ticket cost supports a marine conservation fund. Round-trip transportation from accommodations in the Ngatangiia District is included for an additional fee.
Spectacular Over Water Night Show with Buffet Dinner at Muri Beach
Buy your tickets ahead of time for this 2.5-hour cultural show, set over water on floating stages. Watch fire dancers and other top entertainers from Rarotonga and enjoy a buffet dinner. Round-trip transportation from Rarotonga accommodations are included.
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