The Cook Islands are one of the best-kept secrets of the South Pacific; a place where the stunning white-sand beaches and bountiful coral reefs are as unspoiled as its lively Polynesian culture.
Close your eyes and imagine your ideal paradise filled with sun-kissed beaches, sparkling clear blue lagoons, gently swaying palms rustled by soft, fragrant tropical breezes, and warm-hearted locals ready to welcome you to their island home. If that’s the paradise of your dreams, then you’ve found it in the Cook Islands.
The Cook Islands are at the centre of the Polynesian Triangle in the South Pacific Ocean. Among its close neighbours are Samoa and Tahiti. The Cook Islands consist of two main islands, Rarotonga and Aitutaki, and 13 smaller islands, spread over a vast 2.2 million square kilometres of ocean.