Top choices include a lagoon cruise with Koka , careening around in a buggy with Raro Buggy Tours and enjoying an evening cultural show with dinner at Te Vara Nui. Dining by candlelight in a romantic, historic house with happy kids by your side? While the boutiques of Rarotonga are unlikely to keep serious shoppers occupied for long, spending a lazy Saturday morning ambling around the stalls of the aforementioned markets down by the main township of Avarua is a highlight. On the shopping list? Black pearl jewellery, floral headpieces and colourful dresses and sarongs.
This is an idyllic setting for volunteering. Your program contribution is tax-deductible, provided you follow our itinerary. Select program options below to see upcoming service program dates to volunteer in the Cook Islands.