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Don’t miss a fantastic day out with Koka Lagoon Cruises. Our multi-talented crew will ensure an experience you wont forget, with snorkelling amongst the lagoon life, or viewing through glass bottom boat; non-stop entertainment with ukulele playing...more
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This tour was great!
A lot of fun and lots of wonderful energy from the company and staff.
The day was perfect. A lot of time on the water and snorkelling with an amazing lunch too.
There was music to keep us entertained as well.
This was a great your filled with fun, music and great people. The staff is super energetic and they make sure you have a good time. The demonstration and the coconut show are very entertaining. They played music while we had lunch and made sure...More
Recommended by a family member and found it to be such a good experience! 10/10 snorkelling and such good vibes on the way to the snorkelling spot and over to the island for lunch/entertainment. The food was soooo good, hospitality was amazing and learning more...More
We did both the lagoon tours and while you won’t be disappointed with either, the Koka Lagoon Tour was more lively and upbeat with better island entertainment. You can’t help but move to the music they play, it’s so infectious and happy.
The water was...More
Had such a fun time! Snorkelling was the best and lunch after that was YUM! Great entertainment from all the Captains, highly recommend this when visiting Rarotonga. Funniest thing I've been to in a long time.
After doing a few of these types of tours in the past, we were a little skeptical and thought it might be a bit of the same old...
However, we were pleasantly surprised. The snorkeling was amazing, food great, but the highlight was the awesome...More
This is a great day out in the Muri Lagoon staffed by very friendly and entertaining local guides. The trip included a cruise around the Muri Lagoon in a glass bottom boat, snorkeling (equipment provided), lunch on one of the lagoon islands and lots of...More
An absolute blast of a trip, tremendous snorkeling and brilliant entertainment. The only downside is the poor quality cheap food for the price. Also the only drinks provided are water from a communal jug in dirty cups. Wouldn’t hurt to spend a few dollars per...More
We had booked the tour Glass Bottom Lagoon Cruise over tripadvisor and prepayed this tour with Viator. we stayed on November 13th in Rarotonga. But we couldn`t left the ship, because there were no tendering. So that is now our problem, because we didn`t get...More
Date of experience: November 2018
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KokaRaro, Manager at Koka Lagoon Cruises, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago
Kia orana Achim, we are very sorry to see your review. Unfortunately the ship you were on did not dock in Rarotonga on the day due to the captains decision despite the lovely weather, and our tour did go ahead on the day. Our cancellation...More
As said, the staff are amazing and would do all they could to help; chair lift you across the sand and into the boat probably! The whole experience is great but the loos will be an issue with a walker, they're through a... More
As said, the staff are amazing and would do all they could to help; chair lift you across the sand and into the boat probably! The whole experience is great but the loos will be an issue with a walker, they're through a sandy path on the island where lunch is held. Having said that though, if you have the slightest mobility without the walker the day will be worth the effort!
Response from LaBeau808 | Reviewed this property |
The boat we traveled in was not wheel chair accessible. To access the boat you traverse sand, wade through the water about 10-15 feet, and step up stairs. It is the same in reverse to get off the boat to go on the island for... More
The boat we traveled in was not wheel chair accessible. To access the boat you traverse sand, wade through the water about 10-15 feet, and step up stairs. It is the same in reverse to get off the boat to go on the island for meal and activities. The island is definitely not wheelchair accessible. They would have to make modifications to the boat to get a wheelchair on board.