Dreaming of warm tropical days, gorgeous lagoons and countless adventures? The Cook Islands is perfect for you! The Cooks have everything you could wish for and more. From surf to safaris; from waterfalls to wake-boarding; from pampering to paddle boarding; from nightlife to night-markets. The island has a very relaxed atmosphere, the locals are very friendly and eagerly await your visit to their Modern Polynesian home.
On Rarotonga there are no commercial chains and no buildings taller than a palm tree, which gives every hotel and restaurant an intimate boutique feel. Everywhere you look there is a beach, and the best part is, you can have a long stretch of white sand and blue lagoon all to yourself. Why not find your very own beach? You can jump on a scooter, take your pick of the beautiful coastline, and set yourself up for the day, it’s that easy! The Cook Islands are an accessible and safe destination and travelling and getting around is so easy. With over 50+ restaurants and cafes and only 45 minutes by car round the whole island of Rarotonga you will feel like you are in one big resort.
Aitutaki, the second most visited island after Rarotonga, is the ideal destination for honeymooners. Secluded and romantic and a mere 45 minute flight from Rarotonga, there is no excuse not to visit this stunning island and soak up the beauty of one of the world's most exquisite lagoons. In Aitutaki you’ll experience an array of culinary delights that will melt in the mouth, set in amongst one of the most spectacular vistas you’re likely to encounter.
Visit the Saturday morning Punanga Nui markets in Avarua. It offers free entertainment, fresh food stalls and organic coffee as well as wonderful souvenirs. Explore the many lagoons where you can go snorkelling, stand up paddle boarding, fishing, whale watching and much more. Take a safari around Rarotonga. Catch a cultural show and experience authentic modern Polynesian culture with the warm local Maori people. Take a day tour out to Aitutaki and enjoy some island hopping.