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Tikioki Marine Reserve, better known as Fruits of Rarotonga, is a great place to spend a couple of hours snorkeling. Tons of fish, sea urchins, blue starfish, clams, even a small eel or two. The current is not as strong here as it is in other places around the island, so it is an easy swim, even further out from... 更多
A great place to go for a FREE afternnon of snorkelling. Because this is a marine reserve, the fish are there in abundance. We had an amazing afternoon here despite the showers which were very warm! It is across the road from The Fruits of Rarotonga takeaways and there is plenty of room for parking and tables to sit at... 更多
Located across the road from the 'Fruits of Rarotonga' bistro. Don't need to swim out far to find the marine life...it's all at your feet. Live marine ecosystem where you can teach the little ones of the different sea life or enjoy the colours of these natural beauties.
Take a look beneath the water - there's a whole new world. Here there are great schools of fish, numerous varieties and some lovely coral. Never crowded, and a beautiful beach to relax on and dry off!
An abundance of beautifully coloured fish. Delightful area for snorkelling, a little deeper than some other places, but not too deep - I didn't want to get out of the water!
Beautiful spot for snorkelling and swimming in the lagoon. It is deeper out here but still safe and a lot of fish to see. The boat cruises will take you out here to snorkel, but you can swim out there yourself... except the boat cruises entice some of the fish/eels etc with bait. Worthwhile spending some time here and you'll... 更多
Wonderful experience. Pretty boats, nice and clean. Great crew - friendly & attentive. Play music & sing while cruising across the beautuful clear aqua waters. Hanging net to securely hold your bags & towels. Snorkeling, equipment provided. Delicious picnic on shore. Even made me my own fish due to garlic allergy. Highly recommend.
Anywhere on Tikioki Beach is a fabulous place to snorkel. The fish are abundant, with the occasional eel, eagle ray,... 更多