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Cook Islands

The Cook Islands are an idyllic South Pacific paradise, comprising 15 coral atolls and volcanic islands teeming with lush greenery, clear turquoise waters, and pristine beaches. Renowned for its vibrant Polynesian culture, rich marine biodiversity, and relaxed island lifestyle, the Cook Islands offer an unforgettable escape into tranquil, tropical beauty.

Where are the Cook Islands?

The Cook Islands are located in the South Pacific Ocean, northeast of New Zealand and between French Polynesia and American Samoa. This collection of 15 islands is spread over a vast ocean area roughly the size of India, divided into the Northern Group and the Southern Group. The capital, Avarua, is situated on Rarotonga, the largest of the islands.

An Unspoiled Paradise

White Sand Beaches, Blue Lagoons, Verdant Peaks

From exploring Rarotonga’s lush mountainous landscapes to soaking in the tranquil beauty of the lagoons in Aitutaki, your Cook Islands adventure is waiting. Here, you'll experience the epitome of an island escape—complete with vibrant marine life, superb local cuisine, and the unparalleled warmth of its people. Prepare to immerse yourself in the tranquil, tropical splendour of the Cook Islands.

Why Should I Visit the Cook Islands?

Marine Life
Pristine Beaches
Island Adventures

Marine Life

As a South Pacific haven, these alluring islands boast crystalline turquoise waters, teeming with an abundance of vibrant marine species. Whether you're snorkeling in the shallow lagoons of Aitutaki or diving into the mysterious depths off Rarotonga, you'll be captivated by the coral reefs, exotic fish, and majestic sea turtles. The serene setting also allows for unique encounters with whales, dolphins, and rays, guaranteeing an unforgettable aquatic adventure. So, don your snorkel and fins, and dive into the underwater world of the Cook Islands, where the ocean's treasures await exploration.

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