18 Aug. - 19 Aug.
The gardens were immaculate and well kept. The rooms were very small and despite asking for a microwave in our room, there was not one. There was no wifi for our room so we had to purchase it and that was an interesting experience, which I won't address here. Breakfasts were great and the swimming ...
23 Aug. - 24 Aug.
The rooms were right on the beach. Go to the Saturday market, stock up on groceries at the supermarket, and picnic directly on the beach every day on sun lounges and hammocks. Hired car afforded some mobility so that you have the option of dining in other locations rather than always at the resort. ...
30 Aug. - 31 Aug.
Fantastic location & staff friendly with nothing being too much trouble....
Ready for an idyllic island getaway? Twist your arm, right? The Cook Islands have everything you’d want in a tropical paradise: gorgeous lagoons, stunning sunsets and little umbrella drinks—all with a hodgepodge of Rarotongan, Polynesian, British and New Zealand culture that you can’t help get caught up in.
You can’t have an island getaway without the open ocean. These 15 inhabited islands are spread out over 2 million square kilometres off the coast of New Zealand. What we’re trying to say is you don’t have to go far to feel far away from the rest of the world on the Cook Islands. Welcome to paradise!
Cook Islands flights land at Rarotonga International Airport. From there, you can catch a puddle-jumper to most of the islands. Want some time on the open seas? Take a boat like Captain Cook would. Don’t forget your eyepatch.
Are you onflights to the Cook Islandsthat touch down in the morning? Strap on your flippers and snorkel around the islets of Aitutaki Lagoon for the rest of the day. Landing in the afternoon? Enjoy the sunset from the white sand beach of Muri islet.
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