Rarotonga is the capital and hub of the Cook Islands.
This island paradise is the largest and youngest island (2.3 million years old) of the group. It’s a just 32 kms right around the island with a resident population of about 11,000 people. The main township Avarua is located on the north side of the island.
Rarotonga is encircled by a fringing reef and lagoon, so water-based activities are on offer everywhere. There’s a wide range of accommodation options, transport, tours and activities, sports and events, art, restaurants and cafes, activities for children and much more!
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