Rarotonga is encircled by a fringing reef and lagoon, so water-based activities are on offer everywhere.
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.
Located halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand, the Cook Islands are easily accessible and enjoy year round sunshine and a pleasant climate.
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.
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!
The beauty and charm of the Cooks is matched by the friendliness of the people who think nothing at all of offering a lift, having a chat with you on the beach or extending an invitation to dinner.
Penrhyn, Manihiki, Rakahanga, Suwarrow, Pukapuka and Nassau islands.
Mangaia, Mitiaro, Takutea, Manuae, Mauke and Palmerston islands.
Museums, wood and shell carvings, traditional weaving, hand-stitched tivaevae quilts, and cultural experiences.