Adventure Cook Islands Dive Centre and Rental Specialist
Our Adventure Cook Islands Diving Centre is Rarotonga’s PADI Dive Centre with a difference. We are also an SSI, SDI and TDI Dive Centre and offer customised Rarotonga diving experiences. Freediving, snorkeling and scuba diving in Rararotonga is our passion, as well as our profession, and this shows in our dive trips. For instance, we only scuba dive Rarotonga in small groups of maximum five divers. Our small Rarotonga dive centre team strives for excellence and we guarantee you some of the best scuba diving Rarotonga has to offer! Our Divemasters and Instructors are amongst the most experienced dive guides working in the Cook Islands diving industry. Whether you are an experienced diver or totally new to diving, our range of SCUBA DIVING TRIPS, REFRESHER DIVES, INTRO DIVES and DIVE COURSES offers dive activities in Rarotonga for almost everyone. For non-scuba divers, we also offer FREEDIVING and SNORKELING TRIPS to Rarotonga’s outer reef.
Our Adventure Hire and Sales Shop in Rarotonga can provide you with a variety of rental gear and equipment for your outdoor activities when exploring Rarotonga or other Cook Islands on your own. We hire SCOOTERS, MOUNTAIN BIKES and COMFORT BICYCLES to discover Rarotonga on land. To explore Rarotonga’s lagoon, we hire KAYAKS and SNORKEL GEAR. For surfing Rarotonga’s reefs, we rent BODYBOARDS and SURFBOARDS. SCUBA DIVE EQUIPMENT hire is also available to qualified scuba divers.
We also sell a range of quality DIVING MASKS, SNORKELS and FINS, adult and kids SNORKEL SETS and SWIM GOGGLES, NEOPRENE VESTS and RASH GUARDS, REEF SHOES, FISH and MARINE ID CHARTS, T-SHIRTS, BICYCLE TUBES, plus many other accessories you may need for your outdoor activities in the Cook Islands.
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…
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…
“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!