This fascinating walk will take you deep into Rarotonga's lush interior to learn about the local flora and fauna, and their uses in ancestral medicine.
Half Day 4WD Inland Tour
Half Day 4WD Inland Tour, The Cook Islands
This jeep tour will take you right off the beaten track, away from the circular road around the island and in amongst the valleys and up the mountain tracks. Travelling in the back of the jeep allows for uncompromised views across the island, especially when you climb high up the mountains to specific look-out points - a great opportunity to get a feel for the geographic lay of the land.
Your experienced and informative guide will introduce you to local fruit, vegetables and plants and you will have plenty of time to disembark from the jeep to walk amongst banana trees and pineapple plants. On return to base your guide will prepare a BBQ fish lunch in the traditional way using only local produce. The trip provides insight into many aspects of Rarotongan history and culture. Please note that the terrain can be quite bumpy and this tour is not recommended for anyone with limited agility.
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Other experiences in Rarotonga
These activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences around where you're staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident's eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can suggest tours and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the local ways of life.
Enjoy a scenic flight over to Aitutaki where you will have a short tour of the island before joining your cruise, enjoying a selection of fresh tropical fruit whilst sailing out into the crystal clear lagoon.
Travel by air conditioned minivan around the whole of the 32km circumference of Rarotonga, in the company of a local guide.
The Highland Paradise Cultural Tour takes you high up into the rugged mountains of Rarotonga to an open air museum, showcasing evidence of a historical lost village and the survival of the Polynesian people.
Enjoy a morning cruise in Muri Lagoon and snorkel and swim amongst tropical fish in this marine conservation site.