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TravelPod Member ReviewsTamanu Beach Aitutaki
Fantastic view of the lagoon from our buree while sitting on our large deck which included a day bed.
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Our second day dawned much like the first, a little cloudy with a hint of rain just been through. A $4 refuel of fuel in the scooter and she was headed back for the next customer to enjoy. A quick pack up of gear, a ditch of the tv and banner, thanks again Emile, and off to the prison with Tracey for an inspirational goal setting speech to some of …
Tuesday July 15
FLEW TO AITUTAKI – Resident Population 2000.
After 45 minutes in the air we arrived in Aitutaki. It was fantastic flying over the reef and seeing the islands around Aitutaki. We were transferred to Tamanu Beach Resort. We had a buree that looks out over the lagoon. Bob had a snorkel out to a giant clam and I …
... br> One thing that still leaves a lasting impression is the friendliness of the Cook Islanders, their wonderfully sunny disposition and their admirable dedication to relaxing and having a good time. This is most in evidence down the market, where locals seem to pick just the requisite amount of fruit or cook the minimum amount of ready-meals necessary to provide the amount they need, for whatever they need to buy. People smile and wave, and are always willing to give a lift ...
... from the past.
Everyone who visits Aitutaki either stays at one of the resorts or flies in for the lago on tour. We were not doing either, we needed a ride to “town” so we could rent a scooter and see the island on our own. An island representative, who was so incredibly friendly arranged a ride for us, $10 to town, not a bad deal considering the only other was would be to walk.
We rented a scooter from ...
... people were refreshing in their hospitality and good nature, but still a bit reserved.
The lagoon in Aitutaki was truly stunning, but I felt that was really the only thing that was made this trip unique to other trips. I've not been to Tahiti or Fiji, or Seychelles, or the Maldives, but the Turks and Caicos rival the white sand and blue water, and Cozumel rivals the snorkeling. The ...