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Tikioki Marine Reserve

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Tikioki Beach, Cook Islands
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Tikioki Beach, Cook Islands
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Reviewed 6 April 2018

Turtles. How many places can you just decide to snorkel off the beach out front (in our case since we were staying right there) and see turtles? Not once, not twice but three times. This was my husband doing the snorkeling (I do on occasion...More

Thank Dianz
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Reviewed 5 January 2018

Tikioki is the best place fr snorkelling in Rarotonga. There are a lot of fish, interesting coral/rock outcrops etc. The water is a good depth to ensure good marine life. There can been turtles, morays, sting rays and many other examples of marine life regularly...More

Thank Cooksta
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Reviewed 5 January 2018

This marine reserve is amazing! Well worth it to see the fish life and other marine life. I have had the honour of seeing a number of turtles in this exact lagoon area. Most of the time I have seen turtles is closer to the...More

Thank KiwiShezza
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Reviewed 3 January 2018

We rented a house for16 days a few hundred meters from this marine reserve? I spent hours each day snorkeling. This marine reserve is a snorkellers dream come true. Easy beach access into the water for all age groups. Fabulous visibility in the right conditions....More

Thank Gr8NZGIRL
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Reviewed 24 November 2017

Best by size and abundance of fish. On the beach over the road from Fruits of Rarotonga go right along the beach about 100 meters, (until the end of the black rocks) out about halfway to the reef and left into the coralheads that run...More

Thank Chris M
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Reviewed 29 October 2017

Went out on a glass bottom boat and did some snorkeling. The waters are clear and teaming with fish. All sizes and colours.

Thank 155richard81
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Reviewed 30 September 2017

We went to the fruits twice for viewing the fish and coral. Great deeper water than the Muri Lagoon. The fish were bigger and more schools of fish plus the variety of fish was bigger. Had a ball both times

Thank Richard W
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Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

Didn't eat here - only saw it open once but our map told us this was the place to snorkel and it didn't disapoint! Fish in knee deep water and very clear! Plenty of parking and great stretch of beach and the Lagoon Cruises sit...More

Thank rachnz2015
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Reviewed 15 April 2017

Safe, beautiful lagoon with masses of fish - just park up and walk into the water - no fuss, no reservations. Plonk a towel on the sand and off you go

1  Thank Ngaio M
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Reviewed 10 March 2017

The highlight of our trip was our stay in a rental property not too far from the Tikioki Marine Reserve. The snorkeling was excellent all week, and the fish very much plentiful. There are some coral breaks on the beach where you can enter the...More

2  Thank jjluke
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