Nirvana Cottage and Nirvana Retreat are set in a private gardens just 100m from an idyllic white coral sand beach in the south of the beautiful island of Rarotonga. The Cook Islands, spread over thousands of kilometers of the Pacific Ocean are famous for their magical coral reef lagoons providing safe warm water for swimming and snorkeling year round. Daytime temperatures here are usually between 25C and 30C with breezes from the Trade Winds for most of the year.
Nirvana Cottage and Nirvana Retreat are in a quiet secluded location on the southern side of the island and is surrounded by tropical fruit plantations but only a few minutes walk to the lagoon.
Providing an island escape, both Nirvana Cottage and Nirvana Retreat are self contained and includes a well equipped kitchen with a stovetop, refrigerator and a microwave. Each has a TV with a selection of videos and a private bathroom. Linen and towels are provided.
Nirvana Cottage is equipped with a double bed so is ideal for couples and solo travellers wanting privacy and tranquillity and has a private veranda and courtyard where you can relax and read in the shade.
Nirvana Retreat has accommodation for up to two couples and has a garden, 8.3m pool and a gazebo. Unfortunately, Nirvana is unsuitable for children as the pool is unfenced.
Nirvana is walking distance from the local supermarket and a 10 minute drive from the famous Muri lagoon with its bustling nightlife and restaurants and bars. Rarotonga Airport is a 30-minute drive. We can arrange your airport transfers, and while you are here, the hire of a car, scooter or bike (both pedal and electric) for an additional charge.
Rated 9.2 in booking.com, you are assured of a warm welcome..
This property is rated as one of the best value in Rarotonga. We pride ourselves in providing a friendly, affordable and well equipped hideaway.
Nirvana has been welcoming guests since January 2015 and is ECO certified having gained accreditation in the Mana Tiaki programme which is a set of standards that has been established to embed biodiversity considerations and renewed conservation efforts into the everyday operations of the Tourism Industry. It is a framework for best practice, celebrating and recognising those going above and beyond, as well as encouraging others to take on more sustainable practices.