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Our Islands

The Cook Islands, locally referred to as ‘the Cooks’, have some of the most amazing and diverse scenery found anywhere in the South Pacific. From rugged, ancient bush-clad volcanic peaks to white sandy beaches and atolls. The islands are split into two groups – the Northern group, and the Southern group. The Southern group includes the main island of Rarotonga, where all our international visitors are greeted by the scent of frangipani flowers and welcomed by the ukulele sounds of ‘Papa’ Jake Numaga.

Our guests stay on beautiful Rarotonga and often depart without discovering the outer islands. These islands are very unique and have an unspoiled beauty that makes them unforgettable – so worth a visit! Some of them can be hard to reach, but we can help plan your adventure, contact us today or discover our holiday deals!

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Rarotonga

Rarotonga is encircled by a fringing reef and lagoon, so water-based activities are on offer everywhere.

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Atiu

Atiu is notable for its coffee too. 'Atiu Coffee' is world famous and its Factory has tours available that end with you sampling a cup of it!

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Aitutaki

The Aitutaki lagoon offers many water-based activities including snorkeling and scuba diving, as the island has some of the most bio-diverse reef systems in the world.

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Other Northern Group Islands

Penrhyn, Manihiki, Rakahanga, Suwarrow, Pukapuka and Nassau islands.

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Other Southern Group Islands

Mangaia, Mitiaro, Takutea, Manuae, Mauke and Palmerston islands.

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