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About Us and our Two Beautiful Properties on Unspoiled Aitutaki Island
Come stay at Queen Manarangi Tutai's Garden Lodge Paradise or her Akaiami Lagoon Lodge Idyll and experience the real unspoiled South Seas - waiting just for you.
A Garden Lodge Framed by Flowers
Internal airline flights are by the only local airline - Air Rarotonga Ltd. They have two Turbo Prop Embraier Bandeirante aircraft and one larger Saab turbo prop. The flight Rarotonga/Aitutaki takes about 40 minutes. The Saab aircraft usually does this sector, and is fast and very comfortable with refreshments, hostess service and a lavatory.
You can make bookings with Air Rarotonga Ltd direct by e-mail.
Their address is :
Click Here to E-Mail Air Rarotonga
They accept major credit cards, and are helpful and friendly.
You can also book tickets on their website:
Click here for the Air Rarotonga Website
Queen Manarangi meets guests at Aitutaki airport and personally welcomes them to our island with flower eis. She arranges their transfers to the lodges.
Educated professional and business people, and those interested in a real life Cook Islands experience in a locally owned and operated visitor accomodation environment will enjoy staying with us. Our Lodges are suitable for those people who wish for a quiet, peaceful holiday in natural surroundings and for those who wish to interact with the local population on a genuine one to one basis and see us as we really are - all this at real value for money prices.
We make bookings for guests for restaurants island nights, lagoon tours, scuba diving excursions and hire vehicles if requested.
We make every effort to provide a quality product for our visitors, and help and assist them wherever we can as we wish our clients to experience the natural gentleness and beauty of our island.
Gina’s is ideal for family groups and is a very comfortable, peaceful and cost effective place to stay in Aitutaki.
Your Hostess - Paramount Chief Queen Manarangi Tutai
A Norwegian Guest Setting off to Explore the Lagoon
American Family from Hawaii at Akaiami
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