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“The ultimate castaway Island”
Review of One Foot Island

Ranked #2 of 17 things to do in Aitutaki
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Owner description: This tiny island in Aitutaki's beautiful lagoon contains a post office and a single cabin that can be rented by visitors. Most visitors just come for the day to experience the tranquil location and to snorkel in the lagoon.
Reviewed September 4, 2013

This is definately not to be missed. We went there as part of the Atutaki Lagoon Cruise, and stopped there for lunch. The photographic opportunities are amazing,and the tour leader made us feel we were sharing his "home" for lunch. The scenery is breathtaking, and we were able to see other lagoon Islands. If you do nothing else it is well worth a trip while you are staying in Aitutaki.

Thank Robs440
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

Clean white beach and amazing view to pacific. It´s like you are in end of the world. Snorkeling in sunshine with huge fish called George. Beautiful lagoon. And remember to bring your passport with so you get One foot island stamp!

Thank Taija K
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Reviewed September 1, 2013

We enjoyed a cruise to one foot island with time to stroll around the island, have a delicious lunch, musical entertainment and shopping at the store, and also our passports stamped with the one foot stamp.

Thank Kreachee
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Reviewed August 30, 2013

We did the Air Rarotonga Day Tour to Aitutaki, we were taken by the famous guide Jay to One Foot Island as part of the excursion. The lagoon is incredibly beautiful, clear warm light blue water in many shades depending on depth and sands, the marine life is fascinating, brilliant tropical fish and giant clams, also the feeding of giant trevally fish is amazing! One Foot Island is a great place from which to admire the lagoon, buy a souvenir and if you bring your passport, you will get an official-looking customs stamp put in it! There are plenty of excellent photo backdrops on the island, and a great collection of hermit crabs to admire, it is undoubtedly a wonderful tropical island and to miss the Aitutaki lagoon is a serious mistake if you visit the Cook Islands.

Thank Don M
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Reviewed August 28, 2013

Walking around, Snorkeling with Aitutaki Adventures, Having a superb meal, Stamping Cards in smallest Postoffice of teh world with Beerstation

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