Consisting of 15 islands, located in the heart of the South Pacific and just a 4 hour flight from Auckland is the magical Cook Islands. The Cook Islands is divided into two groups, the Northern which is mainly volcanic and the Southern Group where ninety percent of the population resides. A strong Polynesian cultural heritage and tradition exists in the Cook Islands, where dancing, singing and art are a way of life. You will be captivated by the friendliness and charm of its people, the lingering fragrance of frangipani and the relaxed pace to which you quickly become accustomed.

Rarotonga, the main island is almost entirely surrounded by coral reef, ensuring its protected beaches are idyllic. In the centre is the majestic mountain covered in tropical rainforest, that slopes all the way to the sea.

The beautiful island of Aitutaki is famous for its turquoise lagoon, sandy white beaches and spectacular marine life. Just a 45 minute scenic flight from Rarotonga, you can do a day trip or better still – STAY!

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Images courtesy of Tourism Cook Islands. Photographers © Craig Owen, David Kirkland, Te Rawhitiroa