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Come stay a while and share with us our rich tapestry of traditions, customs and culture that are the Cook Islands way of life. Indulge in the pleasure of Pacific food – listen to the strums of the ukulele, the beat of the drums or swing with the sway of dancing hips. Discover the great outdoors and fish, snorkel, dive, paddle and swim in a brilliant blue sea. Climb the magnificent peaks lush with native vegetations and alive with song birds. Or simply stroll through the pearly sands and stop awhile to look at the twinkling sunbeams on a white crested reef. Immerse and explore.

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Raro Safari Tours

Take to the inland of Rarotonga on a 4x4 safari jeep..join Sam and his troopers o fprefessioanl drivers and guides on a tour of Rarotonga like no other! Let them show you:

Our ancient road, the Are metua, built and paved with volcanic slabs by our ancestors Toi and Atonga. The eastern heights facing the sunrise, offering an exotic view of the turquoise lagoon and electrifying blue water and overlooking four islets (motu). Papua Waterfall, also known as Wigmore's Waterfall. The sacred site Te Arai-Te-Tonga Marae.
The interior of the beautiful green Avatiu Valley leading to a close-up view of the Needle (Te Rua Manga).

Our experienced guides will explain the history of the island while they take you to Rarotonga's highest accessible point by 4 wheel drive, along the rugged tracks and steep climbs of the interior.
Light refreshments included.
Two trips a day (9.30am - 12.30pm and 1.30pm - 4.30pm) Seven days a week.

Pick-up and drop-off from your hotel.

Phone: +682 23629
Fax: +682 23629

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