The island of Rarotonga, which is situated in the Southern Group of islands is the principal island where the Rarotonga International airport, Central Government Administration and most private businesses are stationed. The island of Rarotonga, being the largest of the 15 islands, is 32km in circumference and home to a population of around 14,000.
Rarotonga’s distinctive environment features are boasted through the white sandy beaches, fringing reef and several mountainous peaks that overlook the lush forested hills and valleys. There are around 24 named mountains in Rarotonga, the highest and most prominent mountain is Te Manga, which stands at 652m above sea level. Raemaru, Te Kou, Ikurangi, and Te Rua Manga are equally just as reputable with each offering magnificent views and uncrowded trekking trails, which are better enjoyed with local and knowledgeable hiking guides.
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