I've stayed on the West side and Muri side, and I've summed it up by saying if you want beautiful sunsets and able to walk to town then the West side. There is more to do in Muri but a scooter is preferable although most restaurants do have pick ups Just some Restaurants in Muri – Sails Restaurant Brunch =... 更多
Such clear water, lagoon is good because water stays so you can still swim when the tide is out. Great for paddle boarding. The wind gets up and good for kites.
Muri lagoon is excellent, it has everything you can ask of a beach. Clear water, corals, opprotunity for kayak, paddle board, snorkeling or just plain swimming it is great. The only down side is if the wind blows from the ocean, but you can try the other side of the island if needed
Hire a paddle board from one of the resorts and head out towards the outer reef where there are more fish and coral. If your balance is right you will be able to see the fish swimming as you peacefully float on by. Take your mask and fins and go for a quick snorkel too, great way to relax
We headed out for a lagoon cruise on the best, Koka Lagoon, as recommended by locals, family and friends. Having snorkelled and spearfished around many of the pacific islands I was disappointed at the amount of coral and fish life in Muri Lagoon. However from my husbands perspective as new to this, he loved it. It is great to hear... 更多
We stayed in north Muri at the Navigator for 5 weeks in Feb/March. We were away from the busy area(when people say busy dont compare it to Carribean or Mexican busy) We walked the short distance to the main part almost everyday. Busy for Muri is about 20 people. We walked to the Pacific resort, The Nautlis, and the TeVakaRoa... 更多
Muri Lagoon is the tame Gentle face of Raro's lagoon. With water that is clear, loads of equipment to hire and Cruises and Islands all within a gentle paddle. I am not sure if spending your entire holiday at Muri would be interesting enough, but for a day or two it is fantastic.
Complete with its own little island you can walk to at low tide , this lagoon has it all. Bath warm water, stunningly clear is protected by a dramatic reef rumbling in the background. Important to wear footwear, as the bottom has lots of rock and coral.
We were surprised to see an average-looking lagoon/lake. We were expecting to see more, as Muri Beach is highlighted as one of the better places to visit/stay. Made us glad we were staying in a different part of the island.
One of the nicest places I have ever visited. The water is warm, the fish are plentiful and just magical. If you go to Rarotonga, which is a bucket list must, you just have to visit Muri. I wouldnt stay at Muri as other spots , for me, provide more, with less tourists and more services, but it is a... 更多
Muri Lagoon is definitely stunning with its turquoise water and atolls within walking across the water distance. Beautiful for stand-up paddle, kayaking, swimming, floating. Despite its beauty I did not find it to be the ideal spot for snorkeling. Too shallow. Too many sea cucumbers. No coral or rocks for fish to cluster around. Some sort of seaweed/sea grass everywhere.... 更多