Aitutaki Day Tour
Experience the tranquility of Aitutaki’s lagoon!
From $515 per adult
Sales from November 28, 2021 to March 31, 2023
The Aitutaki Day Tour is a full day excursion featuring one of the most beautiful lagoons in the world.
After your early morning pick up, depart for your short 45 minute flight across to Aitutaki. After a short tour visiting the main township, board the traditionally styled Vaka for a slow cruise across the turquoise lagoon towards One Foot Island. Relax here for a few hours, where you can swim in crystal clear waters, explore the island or just laze in the sun on the soft white sand beach.
• Transfers to/from Rarotonga accommodation • Return Flight to Aitutaki • 6 hour relaxing slow lagoon cruise on the 21m Titi-Ai-Tonga • Full BBQ fish lunch on board the vessel served with salads • Towels and snorkelling equipment • Tea, coffee, water • Entertainment by the crew (live music, cultural demonstrations)
Flights depart Rarotonga Airport at 8:00am, returning flight arrives Rarotonga at 5:30pm
Operates: Monday to Saturday
Terms and Conditions
Terms & conditions apply. Valid for travel 01 January 2022 to 31 March 2023. Valid for sales until 31 March 2023, unless withdrawn or sold out earlier. Prices are per adult in New Zealand dollars for payment by cash or EFTPOS only. Child rates available for children aged 2-11 years old. Other land arrangements are additional. Offers include all applicable discounts. General Conditions: Prices are correct as at 25 November 2021, subject to availability, currency fluctuation & may be amended or withdrawn at any time without notice. Amendment & cancellation fees apply. Blackout date & seasonal surcharges may apply depending on date of travel & over peak holiday periods. Travel Agent professional service fees may apply. We welcome all major credit cards however a credit card processing fee will apply. Whilst every care is taken to accurately present the information & pricing we reserve the right to correct any errors or omissions. Further terms & conditions apply. Contact us for further details. Image credit: Alisha Street and Cook Island Tourism