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Cocoputt Cook Islands
Based in Raratonga, Cocoputt Cook Islands is an 18-hole mini-golf course that is a popular attraction. Tee off with friends, and enjoy a fun game of golf surrounded by a lush landscape with palm trees. Each hole offers different challenges, and you can book this attraction for private functions such as birthdays and family gatherings.
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Te Vara Nui Village Tour & Cultural Show
Learn more about the history and tradition of the Cook Islands with this tour of the Te Vara Nui Village. You'll get the chance to find out more about local traditions, including; coconut husking, cooking, fishing, dancing, carving, weaving, and Maori bush medicine. Complete the tour with an island-style feast celebration including a lively cultural performance.
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Aitutaki Lagoon
When in the Cook Islands, a visit to the Aitutaki Lagoon is a must! The beauty of this sizeable lagoon with clear turquoise water is a key attraction for the island, with 21 smaller islands known as "motu" framing the lagoon. See more on a cruise or by kayaking, with amazing snorkelling opportunities on the small island of Maina.
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Aroa Marine Reserve
Found on Rarotanga's west coast, the Aora Marine Reserve is home to stunningly clear waters. It is sheltered by the reef, creating the ideal environment for snorkelling. Marine enthusiasts can see many species including parrot fish, Moorish idols, wrasse and angelfish. The lagoon is off limits to motorised boats, so it is safe for swimming with small children.
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Coconut Tours Quad Biking
See the island in a memorable way with quad bike tours such as The Jungle Quad Tour. Escape on an adventure, and thrill at driving your very own four-wheel Yamaha Quad. The tours include crossing muddy and rocky terrains, streams and remote areas. Enjoy the views, and feel the wind in your hair.
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