Rarotonga, the hub of the Cook Islands, has so much to see and do, yet remains unspoilt. It takes just 45 minutes to drive around the whole island but with a wide range of scenery, activities, restaurants and cafes there is much to explore.
Climb the summit of the island’s majestic volcanic peak or dive into the crystal-clear turquoise waters and swim with schools of tropical fish. Embrace the warmth of the locals by visiting a cultural village or wander the lively Punanga Nui local markets. Adventure seekers will love getting off the beaten track with a variety of inland adventure activities including quad bikes, 4WD, hiking and cycling. There are many ways to enjoy the inviting lagoon from kite surfing or diving, to stand up paddle board and snorkelling. Savour a range of cuisines with over 100 cafés and restaurants offering casual or fine dining with a Polynesian twist.