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Top things to do in Cook Islands

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Aitutaki Lagoon (Aitutaki)
These waters are home to a large number of fish, making it a favorite spot for snorkeling or scuba... more
One Foot Island (Aitutaki)
This tiny island in Aitutaki's beautiful lagoon contains a post office and a single cabin that can... more
Te Vara Nui Village is the Cultural Centre of the Cook Islands offering 3 amazing products: a 2.5... more
Titikaveka Beach (Titikaveka)
Travelers' Choice™ 2015 Winner Beaches
Muri Lagoon (Rarotonga)
One of the island's most beautiful locations, this lagoon and beach is a popular destination for... more
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Sunday services are filled with hymns sung in the Maori language at this island church which dates... more
Punanga Nui (Avarua)
Saturday is the best time to visit this outdoor market where you can purchase fruits, vegetables,... more
Cocoputt (Rarotonga)
The most well known of Atiu's limestone caves, it is named for the Kopeka birds that build nests in... more
Bonefish - E2's Way (Aitutaki)
Take up the challenge of the monster Bonefish of Aitutaki with renowned Bonefish Guide, Itu Davey.... more
Located on the south coast of the island, these gardens contain many local plants and flowers that... more
This tall, rocky pinnacle can be spotted from several locations on the island and is a favorite... more
These guided, four-wheel island tours transport visitors to many scenic locations including Te Rua... more
Koteka Winery (Muri)
Visitors to this historic village can participate in a variety of activities from coconut husking to... more
Moturakau (Aitutaki)
This deserted island was the location used for the British TV series Shipwrecked, where 16 people... more
The Cook Islands Whale and Wildlife Centre has something for everyone. Young and old,... more
The SS Matai, owned by the Union Steam Ship Co., was carrying a load of Model T cars when it was... more
This museum contains a collection of artwork and historical artifacts including weapons, carvings... more
Black Rock beach is historically and culturally important to the people of Rarotonga. Facing... more
This reserve is a tropical forest that has been set aside primarily to conserve the Kakerori bird,... more
LEK Rarotonga (Rarotonga)
The Laurel Eastman Kiteboarding School in Rarotonga is the newest of the LEK schools founded by... more
Coffee roastery, with espresso drinks from 7:30am to 10:30am everday, all 365 of them. Croissants... more