With an idyllic climate, endless adventure and pure relaxation, these pristine islands are the perfect escape.
The Cook Islands lies halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii, boasting an idyllic climate, endless adventure and pure relaxation. The very centre of Polynesia, the fifteen islands are scattered over 2 million square kilometres with the Rarotonga and Aitutaki providing the most accessible sights and activities.
For the adventurous, the undeveloped outer Cook Islands have a remote, unspoiled appeal so please ask us for tailored suggestions if this appeals to you. Seven sister islands are in the rest of the southern group and six more lie to the north. Some are accessible by local flights, all are accessible by boat occasionally. Off the beaten track, and spread over 700,000 square miles of the South Pacific Ocean, their uniqueness and timelessness are their own reward.