Be Adventurous

Be Adventurous...Adventure Cook Islands

Adventure Cook Islands is Rarotonga’s latest Dive and Adventure tour operator with a wide range of Land and Sea Adventures and activities to offer.

Their team strives for excellence in their services and guarantee you some of the best diving Rarotonga has to offer! Highly trained PADI Divemasters and Instructors have many years of experience in scuba diving and snorkelling Rarotonga's outer reefs. They are amongst the most experienced guides working on the island and will show you the best Rarotonga has to offer below the surface.

They also hire SCOOTERS and MOUNTAIN BIKES to discover Rarotonga on land. For sea adventures they hire KAYAKS and SNORKEL GEAR for exploring the lagoon, BODY BOARDS for surfing Rarotonga’s reefs and of course SCUBA DIVE EQUIPMENT is also available for hire if you are a qualified diver and you want to go deeper or just to explore our underwater world in your own time.

Be Adventurous...Air Rarotonga Aitutaki Day Tour

The Day tour operates daily Mondays through Saturdays. It departs from Rarotonga Airport at 8 am and returns at 5.30 pm. The tour includes transfers to/from airport to your accommodation, flights, island tour of Aitutaki, lagoon cruise and barbeque lunch. Towels and snorkeling gear are also provided.

The Day Tour starts with a coach transfer from all hotels and motels to Rarotonga International Airport for an 8 am departure to Aitutaki. The flight takes 40 minutes on our Saab 340 pressurised airliner during which a tea and coffee are served.

On arrival at Aitutaki you will be taken on a short island tour by 'le truck' lasting around one and a half hours and during which a stop is made at the local village market where souvenir T-shirts etc. can be purchased.

Then it's on to the highlight of the day - the lagoon cruise. Departing from the wharf opposite Aitutaki Lagoon Resort and Spa, you will board the 21 metre catamaran Titi-ai-tonga. (Translation: "Wind from the South" the name of a historic trading schooner that used to serve the island early last century).
The catamaran has comfortable covered seating as well as sunbathing decks and access is easily negotiated for people with physical disabilities including those in wheel chairs.

The clear turquoise water of the Aitutaki lagoon is spectacular!

There is time for snorkeling and swimming before stopping at a motu (small islet on the fringing reef) for a tasty barbecue lunch, cooked right on board. Anyone who has not snorkeled before will find our lagoon tour guides only to happy to help you experience the wonder of the lagoons underwater world.

It's not that hard and after a short lesson most people will find snorkeling a breeze. If you are a newbie to snorkelling - a perfect place to start

We recommend you bring a light change of clothing, sun protection, and lots of extra film or memory cards for your camera.
Price: NZ$459.00 per person all inclusive

Be Adventurous...Air Rarotonga scenic flights

Daily on demand.
Don't forget your camera! Enjoy twenty minutes of spectacular island flightseeingaround Rarotonga in our high wing Cessna which makes it ideal for taking photography and filming.

See the inland valleys and plantations, the reef and the drop-off into the deep blue, the emerald green motus and the turqoise lagoon.

Maximum group size: 3 people per flight 

Onboard commentary will be provided by your pilot.

Be Adventurous...Coconut Tours

Be Adventurous...KitesUP

Located: In Muri beside Koka Lagoon Cruise

Kitesurfing and paddle boarding, lessons and gear hire

Be Adventurous...Pa's Across Island Walk

Pa’s Mountain 21079
This is a cross island hike and can be considered reasonably strenuous
The hike runs Monday, Wednesday and Friday
There is the option of the slightly gentler nature walk which runs Tuesdays and Thursdays
The cost is adults – NZ$55 and children 5-12 – NZ$25

Be Adventurous...Surfing

Surfing in Rarotonga is now quite popular - we recommend you check out the details with a local surfer

Recommended surfing spots are near Club Raro, Avana Harbour, Matavera, near the Matavera school, Black Rock and near the airport.

You will need to bring your own board.