What’s on at Pacific Resort Rarotonga




Celebrate the Festive Season at Pacific Resort Rarotonga

Your Text 12-Nov-2014

Our festive season programme will see you thoroughly enjoy our Christmas Day and New Years Eve events held at Pacific Resort Rarotonga.

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VAKA EIVA 2014 – Canoeing Festival

Your Text 25-Aug-2014

Vaka Eiva has been referred to “the most fun event on the paddling planet!” and that would just about sum up the week-long festival which has the largest number of International Paddlers.

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"Sevens in Heaven" Cook Islands International 7's

Your Text 25-Aug-2014

The Cook Islands International 7s presented by CITC, also known as ‘Sevens In Heaven’ is fast becoming one of the most sought after 7s competitions in the Pacific.

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Round Rarotonga

Your Text 25-Aug-2014

The Round Rarotonga Road Race is a 32km run that offers you the opportunity to enjoy the white sandy beaches, turquoise lagoons and lush tropical hills that make up the unique and beautiful environment of the Cook Islands.

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Pacific Resort Rarotonga to host exclusive Tiki Taane show

Your Text 22-Aug-2014

Pacific Resort Hotel Group (PRHG) is excited to announce that Tiki Taane, one of New Zealand’s top musicians, will be performing at Pacific Resort Rarotonga on Saturday 23rd August 2014. Guests will have a unique opportunity to see Tiki Taane perform some of his acoustic originals and covers in an intimate event of no more than 60 people.

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Netball in Paradise 2013

Your Text 21-Nov-2013

Come join us for Netball in Paradise from Dec 3rd if you want a taste of Raro time, relaxation and Cook Islands hospitality at its finest. Enjoy good old netball fun in the sun…sand...splash!

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Te Mire Ura – National Dancer of the Year

Your Text 01-Apr-2013

Cook Islanders have a passion for dance and each year there's a keenly fought competition to find the best dancers from across the Islands. Events are held for juniors, intermediates, seniors, "golden oldies" and international dancers. The National Auditorium in Rarotonga is the usual venue for the final and it's a spectacularly noisy and colourful event not to be missed.

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Balinese Massage

Your Text 15-Aug-2012

The traditional Balinese Massage therapy is a deep oil massage based on the ancient system of Ayurvedic healing. This massage style relies upon deep pressure massage to break down tense tissue as well as long strokes and skin rolling to relieve tension, improve circulation, ease and promote harmony of body, mind and soul. This treatment will leave you feeling relaxed, refreshed, rejuvenated and re-energised and it will definitely improve circulation, calm your nerves, and alter your mental state.

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Te Mire Atu – National Composers Competition

Your Text 07-Mar-2013

Te Mire Atu is organised to support and encourage the musical talents of Cook Islanders. Some of the original compositions are performed by the composers and others by well-known performers.

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Lomi Lomi

Your Text 15-Aug-2012

Developed in the Hawaiian culture this style helps, develop body softness and promotes the free and abundant flow of your life energy. The massage is given in fluid, rhythmic motion using the forearms as well as the hands. Often described as feeling like gentle waves moving over the body a deep sense of balance and harmony is achieved. Not a deep tissue massage as such it can however release similar benefits.

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Reflexology

Your Text 15-Aug-2012

A combination of the therapist applying pressure as well as using massage motions on all areas of the feet. Within your feet there are reflex areas, which relate to all organs and systems within the body and these reflex areas are found on the soles, tops and sides of the feet. This therapy can release blockages and restore the free flow of energy to the whole body.

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Try our daily cocktail special at Happy Hour at the Barefoot Bar

Your Text 10-Jan-2012

The Barefoot Bar is open all day and is a great place for your morning coffee or late afternoon cocktail. Happy Hour and Moon Light Happy Hour are offered daily in the Barefoot Bar and special prices for house wines, beers and spirits are available, as well as a daily cocktail special. You will hear the beating of a drum every afternoon announcing Meitaki Hour! Don’t forget to stroll down after dinner for Moon Light Happy Hour.

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Try a new activity at the Beach Hut. From ukulele lessons to coconut husking!

Your Text 09-Jan-2012

The Beach Hut team organise a range of other fun activities, including: The Walk-About Tour, beach volleyball games, and more. We have supervised activities designed for children scheduled at appropriate times and can arrange other tours of Rarotonga – head off on a nature tour, or try your hand at Cook Island dancing.

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Relax at Pacific Village Café with al fresco dining

Your Text 08-Jan-2012

Stroll down to the entrance of Pacific Resort Rarotonga and you’ll find the Pacific Village complex, housing shops, a doctor’s surgery, hair salon and Pacific Village café serving a delicious selection of fresh salads, pizzas, pastas and more.

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Pamper yourself at Pacific Village Salon

Your Text 07-Jan-2012

Pacific Village Salon has been thoughtfully designed to offer you the ultimate hair and beauty experience from the moment you step through the door. Conveniently positioned in the heart of Muri Village at the main entrance of Pacific Resort Rarotonga, the chic interior, together with expertly trained staff and unrivalled dedication to customer service, combine perfectly to create a relaxing and welcoming environment.

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Enjoy the morning tranquillity & tropical breakfast on board Moana Roa

Your Text 06-Jan-2012

Enjoy the morning tranquillity of the lagoon and have your tropical breakfast aboard our 9 metre Cruiser Moana Roa. Reserve your seat the night before with reception or the restaurant.

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