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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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The weather let us down made snorkeling hard. The island experience was fun. All the captains were entering. The sing and joking was fantastic. The food for lunch was filling and tasty.
I'm not a good swimmer but my son is and was able to...More
We had the best time on this lagoon cruise. We had previously been on Captain Tama's Cruise (which was very good) but really loved this one. The crew never stopped singing, laughing and joking and the food and show was fantastic.
They were very helpful...More
Some friends and I went out with Koka Lagoon for the day, and what an amazing day it was! We asked around some locals for which cruise to book and heard this company has a very fun and entertaining crew, great food selection and also...More
Had a brilliant morning out on the boat. Loved that it started with prayer, and the singing continued right throughout. Very hard to pick a highlight - all the Captains were so great; funny and very encouraging for the nervous snorkeller. The beach lunch was...More
The best bit of this trip is definitely the snorkeling, they take you closer the reef in deeper waters. There are cages for you to stand on to take a breather. The fish are amazing and pretty big, the water is clear. The lunch (which...More
This was a highlight of the trip. Right from the start all the "Captains" made the 3 odd hours fun. With music playing all the time we went snorkeling. We had lunch on an island where we were then given a show on the beauty...More
I cannot recommend the whole Koko Lagoon Cruise experience enough. It was such an enjoyable day, from cruising on the lagoon, snorkelling in the beautiful water, the delicious food provided and most of all the music and entertainment throughout. They were such fantastic people and...More
These guys are great, staff are all Captains with a nickname which brings a great atmosphere to the trip. We were entertained with the island music everywhere. Snorkelling around the friends of Rarotonga site meeting Roger the mighty big eel and then there was lunch......More
Koka lagoon cruise provides a fun day on the Muri Lagoon. The atmosphere was light and pleasant, the crew entertaining and very musical and the reef was the best we’ve seen in the Cook Islands (compared to Aitutaki and the west side of Rarotonga). The...More
Wow, from start to finish the cruise was amazing and entertaining. You definitely will not be wasting your money. Each guide on the cruise were comedians and beautiful musicians. A MUST DO if you are holidaying in Rarotonga.
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!
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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.