Well known for the famous black pearls and handicrafts, Avarua Town featuring a couple of harbors and a downtown area is located on the Rarotonga Island. Served by the Rarotonga International Airport which is the main gateway to the Cook Islands, several other beautiful coastal villages are also located on the coastal fringes of this main island. Offering a number of tourist related activities which include scuba diving, snorkeling, windsurfing and tramping, Rarotonga Island is an excellent tourist destination where most facilities are in place.
Jet Blast is a wonderful Sea-Wall on Rarotonga Island where you can where you can experience water jets come in about ten feet over your head. Formed by a giant rocky volcano, Rarotonga Island features plenty of small peaks and waterfalls which are most ideal spaces for trekking and tramping activities. Along with a selection of 30+ restaurants and cafes on the island to choose from, this Pacific paradise promises a great time for tourists all around the year.