Pacific Hub featured investment: beachfront tourism business

Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand’s Pacific wide trade and investment listing website Pacific Hub has more than a hundred investment projects in a range of businesses around the region. Manuel Valdez, PTI NZ Chief Investment Officer says, “To make these investment projects known among our readers and stakeholders, Pacific Periscope regularly features selected investment projects from around the Pacific Islands region for consideration.”

Featuring in this edition is an opportunity to invest in a tourism accommodation project in Rarotonga, Cook Islands. Just three minutes’ drive from Rarotonga’s renowned Muri Beach village an oceanfront tourist complex of seven beach bungalows and three family units.

Set on about an acre of tranquil gardens and beach, this unique property features seven stand-alone studio bungalows and a two-storey accommodation block of three family units with one unit currently used as a manager’s residence.

Each bungalow features a small kitchen, private bathroom, and spacious covered verandah with chairs and table for relaxed outdoor living and dining. The property’s latest development is its new pole ocean villa. Perched above the sandy beach, it offers panoramic ocean views.

The two-storey accommodation block comprises a spacious upstairs two-bedroom family unit and two downstairs one-bedroom family units.

The accommodation complex comes with a large salt-water swimming pool and the property provides free bicycle rental, barbecue facilities, snorkeling equipment and a guest laundry.

It’s situated just a couple of minutes’ drive from Avana passage, a sacred historic departure point of traditional navigators in ancient canoes. The Fish Mooring Café, voted the best of the best in Cook Island’s fresh fish food, is located nearby. Neighbouring Muri Beach Village with its array of restaurants, cafés, cultural museum, and outlets is just a further kilometre away.

What’s more, the accommodation comes with the potential for four additional bungalows as per plans approved, allowing a new purchaser to begin an expansion building project.

For more information email Manuel Valdez, PTI NZ Chief Investment Officer at

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