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Topic # 207907 18-Jan-2017 21:34
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I went to Rarotonga in 2014 with my then fiancee. Cost $800 twin share, as in $800 each or $1600 for whole package, 7 nights at club raro plus flights and transfers.

I'd love to go back this year, but by myself. Is it possible to book a package through an agent like flight centre/house of travel/united etc like last time or is my only choice booking everything individually since I'd be going alone?

If I can book as a package, what's extra premium (presumably only for loss on accommodation) I'd pay? 20% more, 50%, or would i need to book twin share and pay "double" to go myself?

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  Reply # 1705508 18-Jan-2017 21:59
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You would need to contact the different travel agents and ask as it would change from one offer to the next

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  Reply # 1705547 18-Jan-2017 23:42
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You'll pay double for the accommodation.

Flights + Hotel on expedia.co.nz you'll get close enough to most agent packages and save something by booking together.

Club Raro one week in May - Flights + Hotel
$1345 single
$900 per person = $1800



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  Reply # 1705980 19-Jan-2017 19:19
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50% extra. Understandable and that sounds good to me. I'd like to go to Niue this year. Will be June onwards.

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