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For a while now Rarotonga was seen as the island of sun, sand and beach with relaxation at the forefront of most travellers minds…NOT ANY MORE!!… Motor through roads less traveled whilst experiencing the islands incredible beauty Rarotonga's newest...more
All reviews sheraton hotel off road covered in mud abandoned hotel driving range golf balls wear old clothes golf range back roads great fun mouth shut from head to toe fish cafe muddy water dirt track manual transmission fun afternoon
Couldn’t have chosen a better tour to do while being here in Rarotonga great tour and even better tour guides . If you are wanting some fun and laughs this is the tour for you. We will be back Raro Buggies thank you :)
BRAKES FAILED!!!! Wife and I almost smashed into another stationary buggy on a slight down hill along a public road, luckily I swerved onto a grass berm, if my wife was driving this would of been a different outcome..
I am absolutely furious that my...More
My husband spotted the buggies as we drove round the island and really wanted to do this and we had such fun together, he drove and I held on for life...the manual Buggie was pretty ruggerd but he loved it and they get thrashed. The...More
Quick and simple orientation process and then head out convoy style along the inner roads and then the specially created tracks at the unfinished Sheraton Hotel site. Went with a my nearly five year old and had the best time because I was with him,...More
Response from Coastal810300 | Reviewed this property |
don't expect them to be powerful because they aren't, been geared differently. feel really gutless. however it's for our own good really you drive them on the road before and after the tracks. they do the job all good once... More
don't expect them to be powerful because they aren't, been geared differently. feel really gutless. however it's for our own good really you drive them on the road before and after the tracks. they do the job all good once your in the tracks.
Response from ck38Auckland | Reviewed this property |
We went at the end of March 2018. No new buggies we’re there then. I went to put seatbelt on but was told not necessary. Tbh it probably didn’t work anyway! There wasn’t much need for a seatbelt though throughout the tour.