Snorkeling and diving in Rarotonga is amazing – the marine life inside the lagoon is abundant and colourful, and because of the higher salt content in the water inside the reef, you can glide over the surface with ease. For divers, there are a number of excellent dive centres, exploring everything from shipwrecks to turtles. Remember that if you’re booking a dive before you come, it is not recommended that you fly for at least 18 hours. Email us here at Magic Reef if you’re interested in booking a dive while you’re here. There are fins, masks, snorkels and reef shoes here at the resort, free for our guests to use.