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by Sarah M
Leicester, United Kingdom
August 13, 2003
The lagoon is perfect for snorkeling since there are an abundance of colourful tropical fish. Sails Sailing Club offers windsurfing, sailing, and canoeing, although these watersports do not spoil the tranquility of the lagoon.
There are also a couple of upmarket beach-side restaurants, perfect for a romantic meal overlooking the lagoon.
From journal Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Auckland, United Kingdom
October 6, 2002
There are a few small atolls in the lagoon. Captain Tamas' boats ferry people over there for a barbecue but its easy enough just to wade over there to explore. Wear beach sandals though as there are enough pieces of coral to cut your feet to shreds. There are a few fish in the lagoon but if you want to go snorkelling try further up the coast where there's more to see. The conditions of the beach make it a great place to try wind surfing and you can hire all the equipment here.
From journal Rarotonga - sun, sand and fun on a pacific island