Pacific Tourism Guide and NZTG.
Rarotonga Bungalows, Cook Islands
+682 285 43
Address:PO Box 64
Atupa Orchid Units Introduction
Atupa Orchid Units offer superior budget accommodation in Rarotonga. These clean and tidy, self-contained Rarotonga bungalows are situated in a beautiful garden setting surrounded by trees, orchids and tropical plants.
Located just one kilometre west of Avarua, Rarotonga's main town in a quiet, secluded area. A transfer service from the airport to out Rarotonga bungalow accommodation is available.
Accommodation at our Rarotonga Bungalows
You'll love the quiet seclusion and tropical garden environment of our budget accommodation in Rarotonga. Each of our Rarotonga bungalows has its own verandah from where you can enjoy the shade and the friendly atmosphere.
These self-contained Rarotonga bungalows are serviced regularly and have hot and cold showers. Each unit has a fully-equipped kitchen and refrigerator. There is an outside barbecue area. The interiors of our budget accommodation in Rarotonga are cool and colorful. Radios and hairdryers are standard and there is a free paperback library. Bedrooms, like the living areas, are fitted with fans and insect screens.
The Atupa Orchid Units are handy to shops, restaurants and other facilities. The round-the-island bus service stops outside the gate of our Rarotonga budget accommodation. There is a bicycle and motorcycle for hire too. Telephone, fax and email services are available.
The owner, Ingrid Caffery and her son, Mario, speak and write English, German and Dutch as well as some French. Both also are experienced guides and conduct tours of Rarotonga by car and bus.
Cook Islands and Rarotonga Highlights
The Cook Islands are truly a beautiful haven of calm and a great place to enjoy 'island time' when you need to escape from the pressures of every day life.
Although Cook Islanders have access to 'modern' life, cable television and DVDs, their traditions and culture have not been swamped. Far from it, as traditional dance, music, song and crafts remain very important to most Cook Islanders.
A few Cook Islands highlights for visitors include:
- Enjoying a island night dance show
- Exploring Rarotonga by bike or four-wheel drive
- Swimming in the Muri Lagoon
- Hiking to the Needle on the Cross-Island Track (Rarotonga)
- Snorkelling is at Titikaveka on the southeast side of Rarotonga
- Visiting the picture postcard, Aitutaki Lagoon for a day or an extended trip
- Joining a Sunday service at the Cook Islands Christian Church