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All reviews saturday morning fruit great market cultural show food stalls local produce saturday market stalls selling black pearls rice arts and crafts stall holders wander around waffle shack ika mata local dance live entertainment
This is a must see if your here In Rarotonga. Every Saturday starting when the roosters wake you up. Best place to get a feed and listen to some island music. If you are after something to take home as a gift or souvenir then...More
A Saturday must do , skip breakfast and head to the markets for breakfast, juice grab fruit and veggies fresh from the locals.
Fresh juice buy the litre the mango and passion fruit one goes great with vodka.
There is always a show on for...More
When you are in Rarotonga, and it’s Saturday, we highly recommend going to Punanga Nui Markets. Not only will you see the locals selling local produce, you will have stalls of souvenirs; foods; and other useful information (such as a turtle tour we organised). There...More
Beautiful morning for a stroll through the market. Lots of hand made crafts and clothing. Plenty of food stalls catering for all tastes. Live entertainment with Cook Island dancing. Best place to go to pick up locally made souvenirs.
We spent Saturday morning wandering around the stalls stocking up on some delicious items to snack on. Homemade coconut scones, pineapple pie, fresh fruit, waffles and ice-cream. Lots more options available for food. We also bought a few trinkets to take home. It was great...More
There is much to see and do at the markets. Plenty of stalls are available to buy and bring home a memento of your trip or a pearl for your wife/girlfriend. The food is pretty stock standard street vendor food but there are plenty of...More
a good place to go on saturday morning for breakfast plus shopping where the locals shop for food, crafts, clothes etc. lots of options and also full of people regardless of whether its sunny or wet. its within an easy walk of Avarua township and...More
A great place to buy souvenirs, food and meet local people.
It’s a relaxing market where you can a good mix of touristy and local buys.
Markets are always a good option when traveling, and this one shouldn’t be missed!
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Market is open Saturday morning 8am till 1pm, it is bustling with all stalls open from arts and crafts, clothing and food. Only select shops open Monday to Friday and they are predominantly at the top end of the marketplace... More
Market is open Saturday morning 8am till 1pm, it is bustling with all stalls open from arts and crafts, clothing and food. Only select shops open Monday to Friday and they are predominantly at the top end of the marketplace (up by Bite Time and Michelle's Cafe and the playground)
The shops open are The Creative Centre, SPCA Opportunity Shop and a Surf Shop.