The ‘must do’ day lagoon cruise aboard the 21 meter Polynesian style Vaka Titi ai Tonga. Every morning at 10am Mondays to Saturdays, the sound of the conch shell signals the departure of the Vaka for six hours of lagoon magic.A visit to The Vaka Cruise represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Aitutaki holiday builder to plot your vacation.
There’s snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing to do before tucking into to an Island BBQ lunch of fresh caught ocean fish served on board and accompanied by a full bar service.
Visit several motu (small islets) and beach comb at One Foot Island before returning past the old TEAL flying boat base. Impromptu entertainment by the crew will have you tying pareu, weaving coconut leaf plates or humming island tunes.
The Vaka Cruise reviews
This was our 4th year in a row in a visit to Aitutaki and we always went on the Vaka cruise, the boys were exceptional in keeping us entertained and involved. The BBQ and Bar was very welcomed and... more »
Loved it. Even though I didn't snorkel, I still saw lots of fish. The entertainment was brilliant. Food yummy. Even with the rain we had lots of fun. Would do it again more »
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