Cook Islands


The Cook Islands is a South Pacific nation made up of 15 islands.  The largest island, Rarotonga is home to rugged mountains and the capital city of Avarua.  Just a nine-hour flight from Los Angeles and the same time zone as Hawaii.  This is a perfect home away from home.

A pristine paradise where “over-tourism” does not exist.

There are no branded resorts, no buildings taller than a coconut tree, and no stop lights – yet the islands offer modern conveniences and amazingly affordable resort accommodation, ranging from beach bungalows to luxury villas, and everything in between.

Activity Details

Underwater, on the water or deep into the lush tropical landscape, the freedom and ease to explore this little paradise is what sets the Cook Islands apart.  Lagoon cruises, fishing, diving, guided mountain hikes, storytelling cycling tours, buggies, quad bikes or 4WD trips inland, they have it all.

Ancient Cook Islands Polynesian culture is celebrated in everyday life and shared with visitors.