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Relax in Moorea

Relax in Moorea
Indulge in some serious relaxation on the magical island of Moorea. It is known for its jagged volcanic mountains and sandy beaches, with hiking trails inland or abundant water activities from the beach resorts. Sail, scuba or snorkel in the turquoise blue waters or simply relax poolside and soak up the sun. Wind down your days with a sunset dinner or a spa treatment and let your worries drift away as you discover Moorea.

Your Itinerary Includes:

  • Round Trip Airport Transfers
  • 1 night Papeete
  • 5 nights Moorea
  • Circle Island Tour Moorea
  • 5 Breakfasts

04/02/2023 through 03/28/2024
04/01/2023 through 03/31/2024

Day 1 Arrive in Papeete
Day 2 Travel to Moorea
Day 3 Circle Island Tour With Belvedere
Day 4 Day at Leisure in Moorea
Day 5 Day at Leisure in Moorea
Day 6 Day at Leisure in Moorea
Day 7 Depart Moorea



A visit to the Cook Islands is not complete without seeing the beautiful island of Aitutaki, 220 km north of Rarotonga and less than an hours flight away. Aitutaki is the second most visited of the magical Cook Islands and is recommended as a “must see” extension of your Rarotonga holiday. Day trips are also popular.

Partly volcanic and (in parts) of atoll origin, its highest hill, Maungapu (124 meters) is said to be the top of Rarotonga’s Raemaru Peak brought back by victorious Aitutaki warriors. Its large and spectacular lagoon (45 kms round) teems with colored fish of many varieties and many small and charming uninhabited islands (motus), are sprinkled along the fringes of the outer lagoon. This is a place of great natural beauty and tranquility, where crystal clear waters and
swaying palms provide a simple tonic to sooth away the pressures of the outside world.

With the arrival of Reverend John Williams, Aitutaki became the first island to receive Christianity back in 1821. The first Polynesian explorer was Ru from Raiatea in the Society Islands, while Captain William Bligh of “Bounty” fame is credited with being the first European to sight the island in 1789. Aitutaki was also a favorite stop for whalers in the 1950’s and in 1888 the British flag was raised and Aitutaki and Rarotonga were included in the boundaries of New Zealand.

04/01/23 - 10/31/23

Starting At $3,705

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11/01/23 - 03/31/24

Starting At $3,160

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