Guide to Rarotonga, Cook Islands

This is the main island of the Cook Islands and is a fabulous holiday destination in its own right! You can stop off here and enjoy what makes it great, or use it as a base to discover more of the Cook Islands.

Completely surrounded by calm and beautiful seas, if you love the water, you'll love this area. Snorkelling and jet-skiing will take you beneath the waves or bouncing over top of them having the time of your life either way! Don't miss out on the inland adventures - delve into the tropical forests and mountains to go hiking or bungy jumping.

Bus around the island and sit back and relax, or if you want to be in charge of where you go, it's easy to hire a motor scooter or bicycle and zoom around the beaches and towns of Rarotonga, Cook Islands.

Guide to Aitutaki, Cook Islands

Just 45 minutes of flying will see you at another fabulous location, Aitutaki. With the brilliantly blue and balmy Pacific Ocean all around, the utterly gorgeous Aituatki lagoon and dotted with coral islets, you'll feel like you're in paradise on earth.

We dare you not to fall in love with Aitutaki as soon as you step foot on the island. Okay, we might be setting you up for failure. It's hard not to fall in love when there are vibrant blue lagoons, tropical vegetation and stretches of pristine beaches. You can visit the island for the day, but we have a feeling you'll want to stay longer. After all, how could 24 hours be long enough when this area makes you never want to leave?

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