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23 Oct. - 24 Oct.
It was a wonderful place to relax and enjoy not as windy as the other side of the island. Really enjoyed our stay. The rooster however was a pain at 5.30-6am every morning but got used to it.
20 Oct. - 21 Oct.
I like the daily guest newsletter and DIY activities, all equipment free hire , and friendly staffs ! Great food selection with reasonable price as well! What we don’t like much is the free breakfast as they are all the same everyday , would add more points to the resort if more savory food selection ...
21 Oct. - 22 Oct.
Beautiful resort close to all the action. It was a short walk to the night market and restaurants. We can't wait to go back. The Cook Islands is very safe and the beaches are clean. Very friendly people. Thank you for such a wonderful time.
6 Nov. - 7 Nov.
The quietness, beautiful surrounds, Adults only wonderful staff especially Leilani and Atu who went out of their way to make you fell at home. The scenery of the lagoon and reef out of your back doors, some 20 meters away was perfect. Highly recommend.
22 Oct. - 23 Oct.
The beachfront room was amazing and to be able to wake up to the sun rising over the ocean was pretty special. The location both on the Island and the lagoon were second to none - Absolutely perfect. It was very cool to be able to use the hotel amenities such as the paddle boards or the kayaks to ...
19 Oct. - 20 Oct.
We've been there for 7 nights and it was good. The staff was friendly and the room was great for the price. I was disappointed after I saw that they bury the trash (plastic bottles, chairs) on their property.
If your version of paradise is white-sand beaches, turquoise oceans, and palm trees swaying in a gentle breeze, then take your next holiday on the remote Cook Islands. Spread out over 2.2 million square kilometres, this volcanic archipelago includes 15 inhabited islands. Tourists mostly flock to the two most populated islands, Aitutaki and the capital island, Rarotonga.
Both islands offer magnificent beaches and crystal-clear water, just begging for scuba divers and snorkellers. The islands are also a popular snowboarding destination. Rarotonga and Aitutaki are home to large resorts with many amenities, but tourists can also wander off the beaten path to explore local villages filled with clucking chickens and welcoming locals.
There are strict regulations about allowing tourists on the island, so make your Cook Islands accommodation reservations in advance of your trip. Rarotonga and Aitutaki offer the most accommodation options, including large, full-service resorts with beautiful beach or lagoon views. Travellers can also find more reasonable villas or back packer options to stay in budget.
By air, you’ll fly into the Rarotonga International Airport, which receives direct flights from Auckland, Sydney, Fiji, and Los Angeles. You can also take a boat into the island chain through one of five designated ports of entry. Once you make it to Rarotonga, you can travel to other islands by plane or island freighter. On more populated islands, you can usually take advantage of the local bus service or rent a car or scooter.
You have many Cook Islands resorts to choose from, so visit Expedia.co.nz to make sure you get the best deal on your flights, hotels in Rarotonga, and rental cars. Expedia allows you to compare prices, so you can save time and money on your island holiday getaway.