Rarotonga Flights GuideRarotonga is one of the islands in the Cook Islands, New Zealand. It is known to be the most populated and therefore holds the Cook Islands capital, Avarua, the parliament buildings and the airport. Rarotonga itself is the product of an inactive volcano peaking above the water from beneath the sea and its music and art cultures have been largely influenced by past Polynesian settlements.
Since Rarotonga is such a small island to begin with, the transit system is not particularly extensive. The Cook's Island Bus circles Rarotonga throughout the day, allowing passengers to explore the island, but travelling from one island to another is mostly done by plane and occasionally by boat.
The weather in Rarotonga is very consistent. It is a tropical oceanic climate with comfortably warm winters and comfortably hot summers reaching no higher than 29?. In terms of weather, Rarotonga is a wonderful destination year round, with its spring and fall months being the most ideal. Tourism is at its lowest during these seasons as well, reducing travel, lodging. and activity costs. Regardless of the season, the island's small population will likely reduce the feeling of crowdedness.
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