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Natura Kamana Beach Bungalows

Main Road, Avaavaroa Cook Islands
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Sandra A wrote a review Aug. 2019
New Zealand53 contributions51 helpful votes
Beautiful and comfortable beach bungalows. Well located in front of the sea. Cleaning was done only every five days but staff is very friendly. Tv doesn’t work but after all who needs TV when you have a sea view. Lovely and friendly dogs around. The only problem: terrible soft beds, terrible for your lower back. Apart from the bed all is Beautiful!
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Date of stay: August 2019
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Frequently Asked Questions about Natura Kamana Beach Bungalows
Which popular attractions are close to Natura Kamana Beach Bungalows?
Nearby attractions include Tik-e Tours (6.6 km), Cook Island Christian Church (CICC) (5.6 km), and Aroa Marine Reserve (3.4 km).
What are some restaurants close to Natura Kamana Beach Bungalows?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Mooring, Beluga, and Antipodes.
Are there any historical sites close to Natura Kamana Beach Bungalows?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Wreck of the Matai (6.6 km).