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A spectacular collection of 15 tropical islands scattered over 2.2 million square kilometers of the Pacific Ocean in the Polynesian Triangle.
Richly forested mountains and valleys, indescribably beautiful palm fringed lagoons, uninhabited coral atolls, a unique and rare tropical environment, and a fascinating traditional and peacefully relaxed culture awaits.
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Wade into the cool, calm, blue lagoons. Let the untouched charm of these beautiful Cook Islands capture your spirit and hold your heart.
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A spectacular collection of 15 tropical islands scattered over 2.2 million square kilometers of the Pacific Ocean in the Polynesian Triangle. Richly forested mountains and valleys, indescribably beautiful palm fringed lagoons, uninhabited coral atolls, a unique and rare tropical environment, and a fascinating traditional and peacefully relaxed culture awaits.
The 15 islands of the Cooks lie halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii in the South Pacific, scattered like fragrant frangipani petals floating across a seductive, sensual ocean. Boasting rare beauty, an idyllic climate, warm welcoming people with the widest white smiles and a pace of life unsurpassed for peace: the Cook Islands are an Island Paradise.
Tipped as one of this year’s ‘hottest picks’ on the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age Traveller 2015 Hot List and with Rarotonga voted as one of the 10 great getaways for 2015 in TimeOut Sydney, The Cooks are a must-do destination to add to your travel agenda this year.
Rarotonga is the most populated island. This is where you will fly into and, although this is the big smoke with only 13,000 residents’, you’ll immediately appreciate the resort like pace that imbues the island. The Island is flanked by white sandy beaches, wrapped in pristine turquoise waters and is just begging you to explore.
The coral atoll of Aitutaki is a short flight north and is synonymous with romance and a magnet for those in love, from wedding parties, to honeymooners, to those who merely wish for an unspoilt paradise in which to revel in their loved ones company.
Embrace the call of paradise and relax in your choice of accommodation. From five star luxury villas and resorts, self catering holiday homes, guest houses, affordable full service resorts, B&B’s and backpacker hostels The Cooks' provide a wide range of options to ensure you’ll have your ideal holiday.
The choice of divine cafés and restaurants is both surprising and vast in this small nation and one could easily dine in a different location for every meal of their stay. For if there’s one thing Cook Islander’s are fiercely proud of protecting, it’s their reputation for creating the best cuisine in the Pacific.
Fishing, diving, weatersports, eco-cycling, quad-bike adventure and 4wd safari drives, cooking and drum lessons the Cooks has it all! From water sports to guided hiking, the diversity of the Island terrain ensures your ideal itinerary of activities is just waiting to be enjoyed. Truly something for everyone.
Where more than 99% of their home is ocean, government and traditional leaders recognize that healthy waters mean healthy people and stable livelihoods. To promote sustainable development and balance economic growth with conservation of the ocean’s natural assets, in 2012, the Cook Islands government, traditional Maori leaders and local communities declared the Cook Islands Marine Park ~ The World’s largest marine park, a vast swathe of ocean almost twice the size of France.
For a Pacific Islands extravaganza, why not twin centre your holiday with nearby French Polynesia? They are less than 3 hours apart!
Click here to go to our French Polynesia destination page and see our Air Raratonga and Air Tahiti airline pages
In short, there is no bad time weather-wise to visit the Cook Islands, although the shoulder months of April, May, September, and October usually provide the best combination of sunshine and warmth. Sub-tropical climate with just two seasons: Rain showers are short and sweet ~ there is never a bad time to visit the Cooks!Click here for current and forecast weather in Cook Islands