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The Cook Islands Travel InformationGorgeous white-sand beaches fringed by palm trees, stunning coral reefs, turquoise blue lagoons and tranquil waters, all make the Cook Islands one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit.  A collection of 15 islands located in the heart of the Southern Pacific Ocean near New Zealand, this region is an idyllic paradise; the perfect retreat to kickback in and unwind.

What makes vacationing here so unique is that there are no huge hotels, resorts or bustling tourist attractions in the Cook Islands today. Rather this island group offers the ultimate escape from city life. With a population of just 14,000, here you know everyone by name and the atmosphere is peaceful and stress-free. Home to some of the friendliest folks you will find in the Pacific, a vacation in the tiny and remote Cook Islands is the perfect travel destination for many.

At the center of this paradise lies the main island of Rarotonga, often compared Tahiti in many ways with its lush mountains and azure lagoon. A great place to use as a base camp, this 43 sq. km isle is where a majority of the country’s population resides.

Often referred to as one of the most beautiful islands in the Pacific, Aitutaki is your next stop when touring the Cook Islands. A breathtaking atoll surrounded by a huge lagoon, the waters off the coast offer some of the most incredible diving and snorkeling opportunities on the planet.

To catch a glimpse of this area’s amazing culture travel to the islands of ‘Atiu, Mauke and Mangaia to take a trip back in time and see how early Polynesians used to live.

And if all this is not enough, you will find plenty of activities here to keep you busy for days on end. Snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, deep sea fishing, sailing, canoeing, surfing, hiking, cycling and caving are just some of the numerous things one can enjoy. While you are here don’t forget to try out a tumunu, which is a traditional bush-beer drinking session with the locals. And to cap of your busy day enjoy a spectacular ‘island nights’ which includes dinner and a dance performance. Cook Islanders are known to dance up a storm, with some of the most colorful and impressive dance moves you will ever see!

A superb place to get some much needed rest and relaxation, the Cook Islands offer tourists something more than a beautiful getaway. It presents visitors with the perfect destination to experience nature at its most pristine. Travel to the Cook Islands and discover the paradise which until now has been a long kept secret.


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