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This a beautiful beach and the water can get pretty stormy if windy (but not to bad). We stayed on it for 2 weeks. I swam, kayaked and snorkeled every inch of it seems like.
At the back end the water can get very deep...More
We spent seven days at the large and very comfortable Titikaveka Beachfront Home (see Airbnb) in April 2018 and literally hours were spent gazing out over the lagoon to the spectacular waves crashing on the reef. The beautiful beach was enjoyed by young and old...More
We used to love to snorkel here at fruits of rarotonga but since 2014 the algae has completely taken over, there is no visibility in the water and the coral is covered in algae, hard to see fish. Really sad, I hope it recovers. We...More
Beautiful beach with warm, calm and clear water. Visibility is great (varied a bit due to some storms that passed through). Saw a huge variety of fish, a moray eel, other eels, clams, etc. Currents were very calm while we were there. We also kayaked...More
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As the cook islands are a tropical destination there is generally two seasons.. June to August are slightly cooler and dryer and November through to March marks our summer season with occasional tropical showers.there are... More
As the cook islands are a tropical destination there is generally two seasons.. June to August are slightly cooler and dryer and November through to March marks our summer season with occasional tropical showers.there are typically no sand flies however with mosquitoes the warmer more humid months would see higher numbers of mosquitoes.rain is a factor also so whenever there has been a lot of rainfall there could be mosquitoes. It is the tropics after all but you will be safe from all serious diseases as the cook islands are very clean. Hope this helps