Cook Islands holidays - An unspoiled paradise
Untouched by tourism, the Cook Islands are a uniquely wonderful collection of 15 small islands in the South Pacific Ocean - it's a true hidden gem. The perfect paradise retreat, the scenery here is picture-perfect, and with barely any discernable activity or bustling tourism in sight, this is a captivating destination quite unlike any other.
The are so many reasons to visit the Cook Islands
A lesser-known oasis in the South Pacific
The Cook Islands are a rare find: the icing-sugar beaches, mind-blowing island scenery and uniquely rich culture have gone completely unblemished by mass tourism. Instead you’ll find this spine-tingling archipelago is home to a slow pace of life and some of the friendliest people in the world. There’s an irresistible charm about the place thanks to this.
The geography of the country is rather unusual, as it comprises 15 small islands scattered across a stretch of the South Pacific Ocean larger than India. The largest of the islands, Rarotonga, is home to dense verdant forests fit for exciting hikes as well as some of the finest beaches.
Why visit Cook Islands?
- Utterly flawless white sand beaches
- None of the over-tourism you see on some paradise islands
- Unbelievable scuba diving and snorkelling thanks to the crystal clear water
- Hiking expeditions referred to locally as ‘tramping’ are unforgettable