Travel to the Cook Islands via Tahiti
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Welcome to the Cook Islands

The 15 islands of the Cook Islands are located in the South Pacific, in the same time zone as Hawai'i. An unspoiled paradise, complete with white sand beaches, blue lagoons, and lush green mountains.
In the Cook Islands, there are no branded resorts, no buildings taller than a coconut tree, no crowds, and no stop lights - yet the islands offer modern conveniences, and undiscovered luxury, with a wide range of accommodation options and activities for every type of traveller.

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Visiting the Cook Islands just got easier with non-stop flights available via Auckland, Tahiti, Honolulu (commencing 20 May 2023) and Sydney (commencing 29 June 2023). If you've never visited Rarotonga, Aitutaki and the Cook Islands before, read on and discover what so many of our visitors already know.

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Things to doIf you're looking for rest and relaxation, family fun, activity or adventure ... you'll find it all here.
Where to stayNo hotels taller than a coconut tree.

Adults Only
Hotels & Resorts

There are properties that cater to everyone’s budget, taste and location – your options are truly endless. Most properties are small to medium sized, with many set by the beach in lush tropical gardens.

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Family Friendly
Hotels & Resorts

From resorts and hotels to holiday homes complete with full kitchen and laundry facilities, we have options for every family.

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Holiday Homes

With multiple bedrooms and full facilities, holiday homes are a great option for groups, families or couples wanting the comfort of their own space.

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Villas

There are a variety of small boutique properties featuring individual villas and suites.

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