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Rarotonga is physically unlike its other volcanic neighbours where erosion and periodic submersions have reduced mountains to gentle hills. Rarotonga's central massif is the eroded remains of a volcanic pyramid whose crags now form saw tooth peaks and razorback ridges covered with tropical jungle. These are separated by streams running down steep valleys. The central mountainous region is unpopulated and its highest parts consist of cloud forest, an ecological wonderland. This area begins at about 1300 feet and contains many species of plants unique to the Cook Islands. The island is surrounded by a lagoon, which often extends more than a hundred yards to the reef. On Muri Beach you can snorkel on the reef (a marine conservation park) or walk across to the uninhabited islands in the lagoon. The cross island walk connects Avatiu valley with the south side of the island. Along the ancient road are located several important marae, including Arai Te Tonga, the most sacred shrine in Rarotonga.
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