Beautiful spot, and a must see on your trip to Rarotonga. Snorkelling was delightful with plenty of local fish to see, good to see clams being reintroduced as part of the ecosystem.
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Muri Lagoon use to be the best spot on the Island. My recent visit was very disappointing to see all the Algae and hardly any fish in the lagoon. There might be a lot of things to hire and a restaurant but the lagoon itself...More
Muri beach is a special place to relax or enjoy all you want on the lagoon.Plenty of things to hire and is close to some neat cafes to chill out.The lagoon is very safe for liitle people to paddle and enjoy this lovely beach area.
This is a place you must see if you are in Raro. The beach and the views are sublime. Muri is a village with shops, eateries and a food market that runs on a few nights of the week, including Saturdays.
hired a kayak and explored the lagoon, headed over to other little island on the lagoon really clear water and warm water, was a great experience.
Hello, 2 rating because of the motu, otherwise 1. The algae issue is a big issue. That's a disaster. The shore line is covered if green algae. The sea bed is blanketed of algae and sea cucumber. Smell is terrible. Snorkelling is close to null....More
Lovely safe lagoon, perfect for snorkelling and swimming. Easy to swim across to the island if you are confident in the water.
Probably best area to stay for tourists. Lots of accomodations and restaurants to choose from. Motu you can snorkel, kayak, paddle or walk (!) to. Great sunrises (in Nov, at least).
Another amazing beach and lagoon. A bit more developed than Aitutaki's lagoon. But also much more touristic. Worth a day or two at this beach.
Breathtaking views from the Muri Beach Club Hotel, perfect beach for the kids, we went kayaking, paddle boarding and snorkeling and it was amazing :)