I was informed of 12 Students (ages 16 – 18yrs), 2 Teachers, and 2-3 Parent Helpers, that are planning a trip to Rarotonga, between Septembers – October. For a learning trip would be to spend a day or two with the college students in Rarotonga to see how students study or what ever they do at school with a kaikai , Get the full Cultural Entertainment with a kaikai, to a Church Custom and kaikai because I know that the food is not cheap like it is in New Zealand, and in that process that the students and the supervised caregivers on the trip to have FUN. They are not any 1 special but some of the student parents who are paying for the trip are quiet concern to the fact that some of the parents think that Rarotongan’s are still primitive. (I.e. Parents who have not been on a plane) So what better way is to ask a local in Rarotonga.
Depart Auckland: 9am Saturday 15th September
Arrival Rarotonga: 2.55pm Friday 14th September
Friday 15th September, Arrival Rarotonga at 2.55pm, a Bus, Van, takes group to Accommodation at a reasonable price.
Settled and resting to familiarize to the Accommodation and facilities, with brief meeting to events of the night.
Cultural Entertainment all night with a kaikai. (I.e. Eye opener for bilingual and papa’ a students who have not been on a plane)
Saturday – Shopping Day B.Y.O kaikai
Sunday - Church with a kaikai
Monday – Spend a day at the College with a kaikai
Tuesday- Friday – Site seeing adventures with a kaikai
Saturday – Free day B.Y.O kaikai
Sunday – Church with a kaikai and farewell cultural entertainment with a kaikai to packing up the gears to head home on Monday to New Zealand
Monday – Gears ready and Depart Rarotonga with BIG smiles of an unforgettable trip.
Note: The following list is merely a guide.
Appreciate the feedback and recommendations to above guide on a group trip. (NZ born Rarotongan)