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The Edgewater Resort and Spa

The Edgewater Resort and Spa

3.5 out of 5
Avarua, Rarotonga
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$243 per night from 17 Sep. to 17 Sep.
Nestled on the beach, this Arorangi resort is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Black Rock and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Aroa Beach. Puaikura Beach and Rarotonga Golf Club are also ...
The Edgewater Resort and Spa
Club Raro Resort

Club Raro Resort

3 out of 5
Ara Tapu, Avarua, Rarotonga
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is NZ$195 per night from 17 Sep. to 17 Sep.
Located in Avarua, this beachfront resort is in the historical district and within 3 mi (5 km) of Cook Island Christian Church (CICC), Cook Islands Library and ...
Club Raro Resort
The Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium

The Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium

4 out of 5
Aroa Beach Marine Reserve, Arorangi, Ara Tapu Rd, Rarotonga
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The price is NZ$235 per night from 24 Sep. to 24 Sep.
Nestled on the beach, this Rarotonga hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Aroa Beach and Wigmore's Waterfall. Muri Night Markets and Te Vara Nui Village are also within ...
The Rarotongan Beach Resort & Lagoonarium

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Sanctuary Rarotonga-on the beach-Adults Only

Sanctuary Rarotonga-on the beach-Adults Only

4 out of 5
Aroa Beach & Marine Reserve, Rarotonga
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The price is NZ$260 per night from 24 Sep. to 24 Sep.
Located in Tapere of Rutaki, this beachfront resort is in the historical district and within 3 mi (5 km) of Aroa Beach and Wigmore's Waterfall. Rarotonga Golf ...
Sanctuary Rarotonga-on the beach-Adults Only
Castaway Resort

Castaway Resort

3 out of 5
Arorangi, Main Road, Arorangi, Rarotonga
The price is NZ$254 per night from 17 Sep. to 17 Sep.
Located in Arorangi, this beachfront resort is in the historical district and within a 15-minute walk of Black Rock and Rarotonga Golf Club. Puaikura Beach and ...
Castaway Resort
Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort-Adults Only

Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort-Adults Only

4.5 out of 5
Aitutaki Lagoon, Motu Akitua, Aitutaki
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The price is NZ$641 per night from 19 Sep. to 19 Sep.
This Aitutaki resort is on the beach, 1.8 mi (3 km) from Aitutaki Golf Club, and within 9 mi (15 km) of Maungapu and Maina Island. Akaiami and One Foot Island ...
Aitutaki Lagoon Private Island Resort-Adults Only
Muri Beachcomber

Muri Beachcomber

3.5 out of 5
Muri Beach, Rarotonga
Nestled on the beach, this Takitumu District resort is just steps away from Muri Lagoon and Muri Beach. Te Vara Nui Village and Tikioki Marine Sanctuary are ...
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Muri Beachcomber
Kuru Club Aitutaki

Kuru Club Aitutaki

4 out of 5
Main Airport Road, Aitutaki
The price is NZ$250 per night from 17 Sep. to 17 Sep.
Located in Aitutaki, this beachfront hotel is on the boardwalk, 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Aitutaki Golf Club and 1.3 mi (2 km) from Ootu Beach. Akitua Island and ...
Kuru Club Aitutaki
Etu Moana Boutique Beach Villas

Etu Moana Boutique Beach Villas

4 out of 5
Amuri Road, Aitutaki
Nestled on the beach, this Aitutaki hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Maungapu, Arutanga Harbour and Aitutaki Golf Club. Ootu Beach and Ee are also within 6 miles ...
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Etu Moana Boutique Beach Villas
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Hotels In Cook Islands

Sandy white beaches? Check. Dramatic lagoons? Check. Snorkelling opportunities galore? Check! We’re talking about the Cook Islands, and this is one South Pacific hot spot you should check out immediately. What can you do in these far-flung isles? Oh, you know, the usual: relax on the beach, listen to the gentle sound of the waves crashing ashore, and exploring lush rainforests. And that’s just scratching on the surface. Curious? Book accommodation in Cook Islands today and kick off your tropical getaway tomorrow.

Best Things to Do in Cook Islands

All right, you’re here—what’s next? Drop off your bags in your Cook Islands accommodation and dive headfirst in the translucent waters of Aitutaki Lagoon, where you can swim with the fishes…just not the way “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero went overboard on the Stugots II that one time on The Sopranos. If you never learned to swim, rent a kayak to go island-hopping throughout the lagoon. Check out One Foot Island—named after a guy with only one wheel—then head on over to Maina and then, of course, Muri Beach.

When you’re done exploring the small islands of Aiutaki Lagoon, go to Te Vara Nui village to let Polynesian culture play out before your eyes. Don’t sit too close to the fire breathers unless you want to go home two eyebrows short. But if you do lose some eyebrows, at least it’ll happen why you’re stuffing your face with ika mata, a dish made up of raw fish marinated in lime juice and served with a side of coconut cream.

Getting to & Around Cook Islands

Your escape to paradise kicks off when you arrive at Rarotonga International Airport (RAR), a short distance from many of the nearby resorts. Catch a coach transfer that provides meet and greet services so you feel as welcome as you do at grandma’s house. There’s a taxi stand outside the arrivals area that can quickly get you to most of the Cook Islands hotels. On some of the islands, cars aren’t necessary, but on the main island of Rarotonga, look into lastminute.com.au’s super-cool car hire deals so you can explore every inch of this isle.

Best Time to Travel

Have you ever heard of a bad time for Cook Islands holidays? We didn’t think so. Just like other South Pacific nations, the Cook Islands have a rainy season in the summer and a dry season in the summer. Cyclones are common during the rainy season, but you can still sit on the beach and enjoy a cold beer from the local Matutu Brewery Company. If you want the best of both rainy and dry seasons, visit during the spring months, when sunny mornings and drizzly afternoons meet each other peacefully at midday.

Storm the beaches of this perfect getaway destination and go face-down in the sand with a cocktail in your hand. Search through lastminute.com.au’s best options for hotels in Cook Islands, and be sure to bundle one with flights to Cook Islands to save money for all those beers you’re going to drink on the beach. Enjoy your holiday!

Hotels In Cook Islands

Sandy white beaches? Check. Dramatic lagoons? Check. Snorkelling opportunities galore? Check! We’re talking about the Cook Islands, and this is one South Pacific hot spot you should check out immediately. What can you do in these far-flung isles? Oh, you know, the usual: relax on the beach, listen to the gentle sound of the waves crashing ashore, and exploring lush rainforests. And that’s just scratching on the surface. Curious? Book accommodation in Cook Islands today and kick off your tropical getaway tomorrow.

Best Things to Do in Cook Islands

All right, you’re here—what’s next? Drop off your bags in your Cook Islands accommodation and dive headfirst in the translucent waters of Aitutaki Lagoon, where you can swim with the fishes…just not the way “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero went overboard on the Stugots II that one time on The Sopranos. If you never learned to swim, rent a kayak to go island-hopping throughout the lagoon. Check out One Foot Island—named after a guy with only one wheel—then head on over to Maina and then, of course, Muri Beach.

When you’re done exploring the small islands of Aiutaki Lagoon, go to Te Vara Nui village to let Polynesian culture play out before your eyes. Don’t sit too close to the fire breathers unless you want to go home two eyebrows short. But if you do lose some eyebrows, at least it’ll happen why you’re stuffing your face with ika mata, a dish made up of raw fish marinated in lime juice and served with a side of coconut cream.

Getting to & Around Cook Islands

Your escape to paradise kicks off when you arrive at Rarotonga International Airport (RAR), a short distance from many of the nearby resorts. Catch a coach transfer that provides meet and greet services so you feel as welcome as you do at grandma’s house. There’s a taxi stand outside the arrivals area that can quickly get you to most of the Cook Islands hotels. On some of the islands, cars aren’t necessary, but on the main island of Rarotonga, look into lastminute.com.au’s super-cool car hire deals so you can explore every inch of this isle.

Best Time to Travel

Have you ever heard of a bad time for Cook Islands holidays? We didn’t think so. Just like other South Pacific nations, the Cook Islands have a rainy season in the summer and a dry season in the summer. Cyclones are common during the rainy season, but you can still sit on the beach and enjoy a cold beer from the local Matutu Brewery Company. If you want the best of both rainy and dry seasons, visit during the spring months, when sunny mornings and drizzly afternoons meet each other peacefully at midday.

Storm the beaches of this perfect getaway destination and go face-down in the sand with a cocktail in your hand. Search through lastminute.com.au’s best options for hotels in Cook Islands, and be sure to bundle one with flights to Cook Islands to save money for all those beers you’re going to drink on the beach. Enjoy your holiday!

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