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Mangaia is an ancient volcanic island steeped in legends and possessing serene, remarkable natural beauty. The most southerly of all islands in the Cook Islands group, at 18 million years Mangaia is believed to be one of the oldest in the Pacific.
Mauke is often described as the “garden island” of the southern Cook Islands. The locals take enormous pride in their home gardens. This is an extraordinarily pretty island where flowers grow wild everywhere. It is hugged by a close reef where every day, locals can be seen catching the evening dinner.
Penrhyn, also known as Tongareva is the largest and northernmost atoll of the Cook Islands. Its isolated, lacks infrastructure, and has a declining population. It’s also a very difficult and expensive place to visit. On the other hand having a small population and being so isolated has allowed nature to thrive on this beautifully wild island.
Take a step off the beaten track to the remote island of Atiu in the Cook Islands. Atiu is home to the unique cave dwelling Kopeka, colourful Kuhl’s lorikeet, spectacular lime stone caves, rainforest and locally grown coffee. Air Rarotonga offer regular air services to the island. A popular option combines Aitutaki and Atiu in a two island itinerary.
Rarotonga is a small island with a population of 10,000 people. It takes approximately 40 minutes to drive around the island by car or motor scooter. Rarotonga is the transport hub of the Cook Islands with frequent connections from New Zealand, Australia, Tahiti and North America (via Los Angeles). There are also domestic flights to many of the other 15 Cook Islands. Latest Flight Offers. Visit our Rarotonga Travel Guide for information on Getting There, Key Facts, When to go & What to see & do.
The Aitutaki Day Tour is a full day excursion featuring one of the most beautiful lagoons in the World. The tour includes transfers, short 45-minute flight across to Aitutaki, cruise and fish BBQ lunch. If you have the time we recommend everyone visiting the Cook Islands spends at least three nights on Aitutaki.
Manihiki atoll is 1200 kilometres northwest of Rarotonga in the distant Northern Group. Home to the exquisite Cook Islands cultured black pearl. During a stay you can swim, snorkel, sail or visit the pearl farms. Stay in a villa overlooking coral gardens & experience island living on a lagoon.
Discover why the six islands of Aloha are home to treasures unlike any other on earth. Visit our Hawaiian Islands Travel Guide for information on Getting There, Key Facts, When to go & What to see & do. View our latest flight offers. Choose from Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Hawaii “Big Island”, Molokai or Lanai.