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My Travel Blog to Rarotonga

Rarotonga is the most populous island of the Cook Islands. It was discovered in 1823. Rarotonga is home to the Cook Islands’ Parliament buildings and its only International Airport. Rarotonga has a population that is made up of peoples from the 14 main islands that make up the Cook Islands. The island is a very popular tourist destination with many resorts, hotels, and motels. The capital of Rarotonga is Avarua, located on the island’s north coast.

Here are some of the top places to visit in Rarotonga
  1. Muri Beach
  2. Aroa Beach
  3. Te Rua Manga (The Needle)
  4. Wigmore’s Waterfall
  5. Pa’s Trek
  6. Cook Islands Museum of Cultural Enterprise – Te Ara
  7. Cocoputt
  8. Takitumu Conservation Area
  9. Te Manga
  10. Nikao Beach
Things to do in Rarotonga
  1. Watch An Incredible Sunset
  2. Paddleboard In The Muri Lagoon
  3. Attend Sunday Church Service
  4. Shop In The Punanga Nui Market
  5. Indulge Yourself In Rarotonga’s Culinary Scene
  6. Circle The Island On Your Scooter
  7. Hike The Cross Island Track
  8. Dive With Sharks And Sea Turtles
  9. Attend An Island Night Show
  10. Relax On A Tropical Beach

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