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Rarotonga, Aroa Beach intro. For perfect Polynesian paradise holidaying in the South Pacific, Raratonga Island, the capital of the Cook Islands, is as good as it gets. Set in the Southern Hemisphere between the equator and the shores of the Antarctic far to the south, the island is well set up for tourism, but without the scams and touts of many other equally exotic destinations. The semi-urban area comprises of several village districts on the coastal fringes, with their lovely beaches, lagoons and protected natural beauty. Aroa village lies on the western shores of the island, with both its glorious beach and lagoon a protected area, and the Aroa Lagoon Marine Reserve known as one of the best snorkelling and diving spots on the island. Glass-bottomed boat trips are great fun, with barbecues and cultural shows included. The beach itself is completely unspoiled, with Aroa Beach hotels currently represented by just one upscale spa resort.