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HERE'S WHAT YOU
NEED TO KNOW

Visit our official Cook Islands Tourism page for your ultimate guide to the Cook Islands

 

ACCOMMODATION

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There are many places you can stay if you're joining us from Aotearoa. Click the link below to find a list of some of the hand pick accommodations in Rarotonga.

FOODIES

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The more you explore the Cook Islands, the more local authentic cusine you'll discover, ranging from simple fresh fish enjoyed with your feet in the sand to high-class restaurants and everything in between.

 
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GETTING AROUND

Getting around the Cook Islands is easy! There's only one main road that circles the whole of Rarotonga with no traffic lights and just two roundabouts. We drive on the left-hand side of the road and at a relaxed speed no faster than 50kmph.


All the information you need to know about driving in the Cook Islands can be found on the link below.  

THINGS TO DO

There are plenty of ways to enjoy our islands and your holiday. Wander beaches with virtually nobody on them, relax in a hammock or get out on the lagoon and experience some of the activities on offer. The Cook Islands is like one big resort where you can easily go from pampering to paddle boarding; from kayaking to cocktails; from island hikes to island nights. The vibe is chilled and we can’t wait to welcome you to our Polynesian paradise.

 
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PA ENUA

The outer islands have a remote, unspoiled appeal for the explorer, author and artist in all of us. Eight sister islands are in the Southern Group and seven more lie to the North. Some are accessible by local flights, all are accessible by boat. Off the beaten track and spread over 2 million square km of the South Pacific Ocean, their uniqueness and timelessness are their own reward.

For more information about our pa enua please click the link below.