DAN World Partnership

Adventure Cook Islands is proud to be an official DAN World Partner and to support DAN Asia-Pacific (DAN AP). The Divers Alert Network is a global not-for-profit, member-based organization dedicated to improving the safety of all divers …

Nouvelles d'epaves

Letter R on stern of shipwreck

In February 2018, Carina and Patrick found a small sailing yacht wreck in 70 metres outside Avatiu in Rarotonga. After talking to many locals and multiple dives on the wreck, the identity of the wreck…

COVID-19 Updates

COVID19-Update

2020 has been an exceptional year in many ways. With the virus spreading and life being turned upside down in most parts of the world, the Cook Islands have managed to stay Covid-19 free until today.

Crown-Of-Thorns Removal

Crown-O-Thorns starfish

You got to to love the diving in Rarotonga! Great visibility and warm water combined with our fascinating marine life makes scuba diving in Rarotonga extremely fun and explains why many divers keep coming back year after year.
Amongst our natural reef inhabitants are the beautiful Crown-Of-Thorns starfish, aka…

We Have Moved

Office and painted workshop

We have moved our office from Kavera Beach 800 metres down the road to Aroa Beach. Since the COVID-19 border closures in April we have kept ourselves busy. We have moved our office building, decks, containers and palm trees to our new location just across the road from the beautiful Aroa Beach with it’s stunning lagoon…

Manatua Cable Landing

Cable floating at the surface behind cable layer vessel

Subsea cable landing and installation work has finally been completed for Manatua Cable Section 6 – Rarotonga. It has been a busy time with long days and a great team to work with and many laughs and fond memories to keep. After landing the cable on January 8 2020, the subsea cable has been moved to it’s final position, protective piping…

Shipwreck Found

shiwreck hull

In February 2018, Carina and Patrick were doing an exploration dive in front of Avatiu. Visibility was very clear and even though the maximum depth of the dive was around 30 metres, looking down and towards the open sea they spotted outlines resembling a ship’s shape laying deep on the drop off slope…

Whaleshark in Rarotonga

Whaleshark

“What better way is there than to start the New Year with a dive?” This is what Carina and Patrick thought on their day off and so they went for their first private dive in the new year. And what a dive it was!

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