LET'S PLAN YOUR DREAM VACATION
Expert Cook Islands Trip Planner
Fifteen droplets of land cast across 2 million sq km of wild Pacific blue, the Cook Islands are simultaneously remote and accessible, modern and traditional. Think of Hawaii way back before mass tourism arrived. With a strong cafe culture, a burgeoning organic and artisan food scene, and a handful of bar and clubs, Rarotonga lives confidently in the 21st century. But beyond the island’s tourist buzz and contemporary appearance is a robust culture, firmly anchored by traditional Polynesian values and steeped in oral history. North of Rarotonga is the sublime lagoon of Aitutaki. It is ringed with tiny deserted islands and is one of the Pacific’s most prolific scenic jewels for stunning beaches and fantastic snorkeling/diving.
THE POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS...
Custom Cook Islands Excursions
This is just a small sample of custom excursions that can be made for you.
Hiking trails on Rarotonga offer beautiful views to savor.
Dune Buggy Driving
Dune buggy driving on the back roads for loads of dirty fun!
Reel in the big fish to prove it didn't get away!
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