Cook Islands

The Cook Islands bathed in sunlight and the jewel in the pacific region are positioned halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii.

Boasting an idyllic climate, endless adventure, romance, and pure relaxation, there are no traffic lights, no McDonald’s, and no building taller than a coconut tree. The city has a vibrant cafe culture and an artisan food scene. Getting away from the tourism buzz, the Cook Islands are steeped in traditions and customs distinctive from all others in the Pacific and anchored by traditional Polynesian values and vibrant oral history.
Destinations In Cook Islands
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Aitutaki
Secluded and romantic look forward to languid, leisurely days simply revelling in each other's company and the surroundings.
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Atiu
Unlock its mysteries, explore ancient caves, observe rare tropical birdlife, and discover 36 secluded coral sand beaches. Rich in culture and history, Atiu is an eco-lover's paradise.
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Mangaia
Mangaia is steeped in legend and mystique. Estimated at 18 million years old, it is one of the oldest islands in the Pacific.
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Mauke
According to legend, Mauke was originally named Akatokamanava – ‘the place where my heart rested’ – by the Chief Uke after a long voyage from Avaiki.
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Rarotonga
As the warmth of the tropical sun envelops you, and the scent of frangipani washes over you, the most crucial decision that you face is should you climb the summit of the islands majestic volcanic peak
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