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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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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 …
... and then think that our will be the same, or that we have to do it different, or whatever. There's fun in the research, but sometimes, we should just GO and not worry about which mile marker the best vegetable stand is on.
I am adding a few more pictures for perusal. Thanks to all who have shown interest and I welcome questions if you think I can be of help.
... meet our flight.
We were driven to the airport at 6pm and the flight to Raro left around 7. We did the usual wait until the midnight flight to LAX. A tip that may prove helpful for some is: I stayed with the luggage while hubby walked down to Aquarius near Raro airport. They make a to-go pizza for a decent price. He brought it back and that was dinner. I suppose we could have spent the last hours on Aitutaki at a restaurant. That would work too.
... wanted a portrait of each and every clam. The diversity and effervescence is unreal.
We rented our kayak and paddled out to a couple of motus. As far as Ee. Well worth the time, money and effort. As a previous TA poster said, even the not so athletic can do this. It was a highlight to be out there and feel like you were the only ones around. The whole thing took less than 2 hours.
... the lagoon to look, not touch. We were okay with that as we had had a snorkel-heavy cruise earlier and just wanted to sit back and enjoy the view. Lunch is served on board at an actual table. Very good spread. You also get an hour and 1/2 on One Foot Island for lots of photo opps. You can stay on the boat fully covered, or be on sun loungers.
I would assume 'entertainment' on board is subject to change depending on who ...