Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Revive After Christmas in the Cook Islands
Located on Rarotonga's best beach, Pacific Resort Rarotonga is a 4 star resort designed for couples, families or friends. Stunning lagoon front location, this lush tropical garden resort is the perfect place to relax, getaway and have fun in the South Pacific sun.
Dining in the Cook Islands is a highlight and Pacific Resort's Sandals restaurant is immersed in tropical green vegetation within the resort and offers a delicious menu of fresh Pacific cuisine. Feel the sand between your toes when you dine in this romantic spot on Muri beach overlooking the lagoon. The Barefoot Bar is famous for its cocktails, handsome waiters and fun beach side service offering true genuine Cook Islands hospitality.
Rarotonga is filled with great things to do or you can just take the slow lane and de-stress. Drive around the island in only 40mins with no traffic lights, two pedestrian crossings and a speed limit of 25 miles per hour.
Hire a convertible or scooter and discover historical sites, villages, interesting art galleries, black pearl outlets and great fresh produce markets. The growing coffee culture offers many outdoor cafes and there are over 60 restaurants offering a range of different cuisine styles.
Pacific Resort Rarotonga is a perfect place for those who need to revive and simply kick back, relax and have fun with the family, friends or that special someone!
Coral Seas Package including Air New Zealand economy return flights with 5 nights in a Garden Studio including breakfast daily and complimentary return airport transfers with a BONUS NZ$50.00 per room per day food and beverage credit with Coral Seas start from $1,649.00* Ex Sydney, $1,645.00 Ex Brisbane and $1,695.00 Ex Melbourne
Bookings from: 01 November – 31 March 10:
Travel: till 31 March 10.
See your local travel agent or call Coral Seas Travel on 1800 641 803
* Conditions apply
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