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Wreck of the Matai, Avarua
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Teeming with colorful fish and other sea creatures, Wreck of the Matai offers swimmers and divers plenty to see and explore. The final resting place of SS Matai, a vessel that carried Model T cars when it sank here in 1916, the shipwreck now appears entirely integrated into the seascape. While you can view the wrecked ship from the coast, several options allow you to get up close and see the site from the water. Head out with a diving or submarine tour, or just swim out with snorkeling gear and reef shoes. Plan to see Wreck of the Matai and other attractions that appeal to you using our Rarotonga travel itinerary maker.
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This is visible ftom the beach.A good place to dive.This is one of the tourist attraction here.You can see it on your drive around the island.
Situe a 200 m au large, devant le restaurant trader jacks. Il ne reste plus grand chose a voir mais cela vaut le coup, c est peu profond et il n'y a pas besoin de plonger ne bouteille pour s y rendre.... read more »Located 200 m off the coast, in front of the restaurant trader jacks. He only thing more remains to see but worth it, c is shallow and there is no need to dive go bottle for s. accessible has all good swimmer.show original
時間があるからと言って、シュノーケリングもなしに、これをわざわざ観に行ったのだけど、子供には刺激が強すぎて、怖いとの感想。。ダイバー、廃墟モノマニアには良いけど、子供には？？And from that time say, I went to see this all the way, without the snorkeling is also a strong stimulus kids thoughts and scary, too. Divers, ruins monomania is good, but for a child?show original
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