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Aquatic

part of the beachfront with guests / Sokala Villas beachdoor / photos: Archi
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part of the beachfront with guest / Sokala Villas beachdoor / photos: Archi

Free snorkeling equipment - reef shoes - free paddle boats - tropical fish
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Aquatic

There’s great snorkeling in the lagoon. We have complimentary snorkeling gear for you. It comprises of 1 net bag, 1 snorkel, 1 mask and 1 pair of fins.
We also provide reef shoes in different sizes for guests that got no trekking sandals.Equipment is provided as a free service for Sokala Villas guests.

The lagoon in front of Sokala Villas and about 500 metres on both sides is one of five protected marine areas on Rarotonga, where fishing is prohibited. When you have finished snorkeling, please don’t leave the snorkeling gear in direct sunlight.

Another good place for snorkelling is directly off motu Taakoka on the seaward side of this small island at the right hand side of Muri lagoon, and also an area known as Coral Gardens. This is in the next village from us opposite the Fruits of Rarotonga. If the shop is open they will also look after your belongings if you have any. You can feed the fish there, so take some bread grumbs with you.

Always wear protective footwear in the lagoon and on the reef. Feel free to walk along the beach, as it is public property up to the average high water mark. Across the main road at the entrance to Sokala Villas is Pacific Divers, which operates ocean dives daily at 9am and 2pm, as well as run a dive certification course.

We have 6 sit on paddle boats that you may borrow anytime, the paddles are kept under the office stairs. We recommend that you paddle to the right keeping on this side of the little islands. Its very nice to take a picnic lunch and paddle across to the Motu Koromiri which is the islet right across from the Pacific Resort.

After using the canoes please ensure that you pull them right back up on the beach, well away from the water mark and return the paddles under the stairs. Thank you. Meitaki maata

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•• Sokala Villas • PO Box 82 • Rarotonga • Cook Islands • Tel: + 682 / 29200 • Fax: + 682 / 21222 • villas@sokala.co.ck ••