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What to do in the Cook Islands

The Cook Islands is made up of 15 islands spread out across the blue Pacific Ocean, combining both the comfort of privacy with your need of modern convenience. This destination has a strong food scene, rich culture, and is loved by many romantic travellers and nature lovers across the world.

Make a splash at the start of your Cook Islands adventure and fly to Rarotonga for some awesome scuba diving and snorkelling. There are heaps of dive sites around the island with rich marine life just waiting to greet you. Let the sun kiss your skin at Muri Beach, and feel the ocean breeze as you go windsurfing.

Do you want to feel the powder-white sand as you take a romantic walk on the beach? Then you should fly to Aitutaki and head straight to the blue lagoons of One-Foot Island. But if you want a bit of adventure, have a beautiful hike on your way to Papua Waterfall.

Atiu island has exciting caves for you to explore like Kopeka Cave and Raka’s Cave. Discover more of the island by going on a bushwalk and experiencing the coffee culture of Cook Islands at Atiu Coffee Factory.

If you want something frothy, check out Rarotonga’s Cooks Larger Brewery and taste a sample of the island brew. Don’t forget to taste the island’s culture too and visit the Sir Geoffrey Henry National Culture Centre and Beachcomber Gallery for the island’s best arts and crafts.

Take a piece of Cook Islands home with you and buy local crafts, produce or baked goods at Punanga Nui Market and also some black pearls in the main town.

So start cooking up your own island adventure with this Cook Islands travel guide.

When to visit the Cook Islands

Although the country is a year-round destination, many consider the shoulder months of April, May, September, and October as the best time to visit Cook Islands. These months provide you the best combination of warmth and sunshine.

Flying to Cook Islands is a breeze! Australians don’t normally need a travel visa to visit the country, so you can visit Cook Islands for less than 31 days. Find out more at Smartraveller.

Travelling to and around the Cook Islands

From down under, you’ll be landing at Rarotonga International Airport, which is the country’s main international gateway. Start exploring Cook Islands easily by plane, boat, taxi, and bus.

Have a taste of the island life and travel to Cook Islands! Just grab your passport today and book your flights to Rarotonga now with Skiddoo.

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