Between June and September you might be lucky enough to watch the Humpback Whales as they migrate to the warmer waters with their young. Alternatively, deep sea fishing is within minutes of leaving the harbour: Experience the excitement of fishing for Tuna, Mahimahi, Wahoo or, if you are lucky enough, the mighty Marlin.
With so many restaurants, bars and cafes sprinkled around the island you’ll be spoiled for choice. Head off in search of fresh seafood and delicious juicy fruit picked especially for you. There are a range of top restaurants within walking distance of Magic Reef Bungalows.
Alternatively, the Saturday morning market (Te Punanga Nui) is an event not to miss. With a variety of local fruit and vegetables, flowers, music and crafts there’s something for locals and tourists alike. The market is Rarotonga’s social event of the week.
There is also a Food Night Market in Muri Beach on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings.