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Muri Lagoon

Cook Islands
+682 27 349
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USD 60.20*
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Half-Day Muri Lagoon BBQ Lunch Cruise including Snorkeling
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Rarotonga Glass Bottom Lagoon Cruise
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One of the island's most beautiful locations, this lagoon and beach is a popular destination for swimming and snorkeling.
  • Excellent60%
  • Very good25%
  • Average10%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible2%
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Muri lagoon is one of the jewels or Rarotonga. At low tide cross over to the islands and explore. It is often only 12 inches of water. Make sure you wear some beach shoes or good sandles and use lots of bug spray. Look for...More

Thank VicnJen67
Reviewed 4 days ago

A great place for water sports or just a walk. Some eats and drinks in Muri close by. The little islands off shore are an easy swim and fun to explore. Fun to watch the kite boarders. Don't miss it.

Thank Tim J
Reviewed 6 days ago

This seemed to me to be the 'sunny' and sheltered side of the island. The water is the lagoon was a few degrees warmer than the other side and obviously much calmer. The fish and marine life was easily seen in the clear water and...More

Thank Kerry C
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had the most wonderful time in Muri Lagoon villa! Shauna and Paul made us feel very special during our stay. They told us about all the fun places on the island, helped us with the Internet card and other errands; and Paul even showed...More

Thank zmirnofa
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just snorkel out from the beach. Bit more open area with a few big rocks here an there with amazing fish life to see. Went in the morning and swam out where the boats go and had a great experience with some really large fish....More

Thank travellermcg120
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great way to splash about, see some sea life and chill-lax, amzing how shallow it can be in places and then drop off, worth a few hours in the day

Thank jandbatkins
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Don't get me wrong, Muri is beautiful but when it comes to beaches, it is not the best on the island. Head to the south and southwest for the best beaches. Muri has a lot more activities but the cost is less sea life and...More

1  Thank legallyred
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We always stay in this area on our local sojourn to the Cook Islands. Great beach, easy swim to the motu (island). Good sitting on Sails with beer and island fries.

Thank GastroGaz
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

this is a fabulous area, and the lagoon itself is great swimming, snorkelling, kayaking and exploring the little islands within the lagoon. Incredibly picturesque and Muri beachfront is good for walking also. remember to turn around and look at the amazing mountain peaks behind you

Thank shelley3811
Reviewed 19 June 2017

went with a large group of friends. Spent about a week in and out of the lagoon. Two little islands to kayak or walk out too. Lots of fish found in the lagoon and if you take your time there are plenty of big ones...More

1  Thank HaereereNoa
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1 January 2017|
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Response from spotty2181 | Reviewed this property |
Refer to my latest post from 10 January 2017. This should answer any questions you may have.
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