Situated east of Fiji and west of Tahiti, Rarotonga, is the largest of the 15 islands that make-up the Cook Islands in the South Pacific.

The island is surrounded by a coral reef that encloses a lagoon of calm turquoise water that contrasts with the deep blue of the Pacific ocean.

Diving is year round with visibility in excess of 30m/100ft.

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