Exploring Cook Islands

Cook Islands spreads across 2 million sq km of wild Pacific blue simultaneously remote yet accessible, modern yet traditional. 

 

Made up of islands that each have their own beauty, food scene, culture, and scenic jewel. With the 21st century thriving through Rarotonga and filling it with cafe culture, organic and artisan foods, clubs and bars, it is a tourist buzz, yet still with a robust culture. North, you'll find Aitutaki - being one of the most scenic jewels in the Pacific. 

 

Top Things To Do in the Cook Islands

  • Drink home brew at a traditional ‘Atiuan tumunu (bush-beer drinking club)
  • Explore Ancient Makatea (raised coral cliffs)
  • Taro Fields of Mangaia
  • Swim in underground cave pools of Mitiaro and Ma’uke
  • Visit caves in Atiu and Anatakitaki