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US$55.37*
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Half-Day Muri Lagoon BBQ Lunch Cruise including Snorkeling
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US$55.37*
and up
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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“fish” (91 reviews)
“place to stay” (11 reviews)
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Cook Islands
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+682 27 349
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful lagoon on the surface, but lots of pollution coming from touristic activities and hotels, algae has settled in most parts of the lagoon, but even worse, all the sea slugs which have invaded the bottom of the shallow water over the last couple of...More

1  Thank lockjp
Reviewed 1 week ago

Such a lovely lagoon, enjoyed snorkelling here and pleasant walks on the beach. Pleased to have stayed at The Nautilus Resort, right on the beachfront at Muri Lagoon.

Thank zacsma2014
Reviewed 1 week ago

Muri Lagoon is awesome, wide open spaces for kayaking & snorkelling, islands to explore just off-shore, this is definitely the place to be on Rarotonga....

Thank Leighton S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Muri Lagoon is a great place for all ages and types of people to hang out. You can snorkel in the clear water, go wind or kite surfing. Or just relax and watch other people doing these things while you take in the view of...More

Thank Rosieaus
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Beautiful spot set amongst golden sand beaches which border a large lagoon with smaller islands between land and the outer reef. Water is relatively shallow so great for family activities and small children. Nearby marine reserve has some of the best inshore snorkelling I’ve experienced.

Thank aarono849
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Super snorkeling in turquoise blue water and clean beach. Gorgeous fish to see in a safe environment. Great also for windsurfing or kite surfing but stick to the parts further out.

Thank Akatarere
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I'd heard from a number of reliable sources, that Muri Lagoon is a beautiful, tropical lagoon that is ideal for swimming and snorkeling and this is why I came to experience it myself. Some of my favourite outdoors sports are snorkeling, ocean swimming and kayaking...More

Thank Odysseyx
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Warm water, safe swimming and lots of colorful fish to see. walk, swim or paddle over to one of the islands.

Thank 155richard81
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the main reasons to visit Rarotonga, this is a great destination. Lots of fish and starfish to see when snorkelling in the beautiful clear water. Remember to take reef shoes as the coral is very sharp, as my husband discovered 5 stitches later....More

Thank FoxyLoxy025
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Muri lagoon is busy, and 'touristy', but for a reason. The water is beautiful and the views are stunning. There are rental places, bars and restaurants to stop at along the beach. If you walk a little further south it gets a little quieter.

Thank Foreverliz10
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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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