8) Swim with the fish
Everyone knows that the snorkelling can be great in the lagoon surrounding Rarotonga.
And it’s free – well, maybe you have to buy some snorkelling gear, and don’t forget to wear flippers or sand shoes, because coral cuts can quickly get infected.
Many agree that the best snorkelling location is the southeastern side of the island, particularly off a little shop called the Fruits of Rarotonga.
But it doesn’t matter where you go, because if the conditions are right you’ll spot plenty of tropical fish. And what can be better than splashing around in warm water under the Raro sun?
Rarotonga is the perfect choice for travellers seeking sun, surf and serenity.
There’s plenty of fresh food to purchase along Ara Tapu.