What ever you do in Rarotonga, make sure you catch an “Island Night” where you can sample Cook Island dancing, singing and Umu kai (food cooked using the traditional underground oven).
Keen walkers can do one of the many ECO tours that explore historic sites and show traditional weaving and fire starting methods.
Take a 4WD tour to some of the more inaccessible parts of Rarotonga and finishing with a BBQ on the beach!
The cross island walk is very popular but it is advised to hire a local guide to point out the wildlife, places of interest and make sure you don’t get lost!
Find out what is happening by checking out the events calendar during your visit. Rarotonga has many festivals and events which usually occur around the same time every year.