Ask us about one bedroom/interconnecting rooms or two bedroom villas and bures. The price difference is usually minimal.
Request air conditioning where possible to ensure the kids get a good night’s sleep and take a plug-in mosquito repellent device for your room.
CONSIDER A CAR.
With a bigger brood, car hire might be better than springing for the bus each day.
Punanga Nui Markets are fantastic for cheap, delicious eats! Families also love the Waffle Shack, a real crowd-pleaser.
Try mini golf at Cocoputt and Aumata Mini Golf.
Let kids live their pirate fantasy with a sailing on Koka Lagoon Cruises’ glass-bottom boat. The local crew provide funny commentary — and a bit of ukulele playing. The experience ends with a delicious feast on Motu Koromiri (a perk for parents)!
See a movie at Empire Cinema in Avarua. A fantastic spot for getting amongst the locals, it’s definitely memorable!
LEARN A LITTLE.
Te Vara Nui Village is an interactive cultural attraction that brings Polynesian history and legends to life.
VIDEO FROM HOUSE OF TRAVEL