A Cook Islands vacation offers a mix of vibrant, authentic island culture, opportunities for action and adventure, hiking, pony trekking, cultural tours, water sports of every kind - and a real commitment to the joys of relaxing

Cook Islands

 

A limited time special offer in Business Class from Los Angeles to Rarotonga in the beautiful Cook Islands on Air New Zealand. Check for hotels, flight deals and vacation packages from across the USA by using the airfare and flight finder.

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Travelers seeking the ultimate retreat need to look no further than here: the Cook Islands. Secluded and off the beaten path, this country of 15 small islands hosts only 7,500 North American visitors a year, making it a truly unique destination. Those craving a getaway from the distractions and stresses of everyday life will surely find tranquility on these Islands; there are no traffic lights, no chain restaurants, and no buildings taller than the tallest palm tree in the entire Cook Islands.

Aitutaki, Cook Islands.

The Cook Islands offer a variety of accommodations for visitors to choose from, from family-friendly resorts, to quaint self-catering options, to luxurious adults-only villas. Once in the Cook Islands, visitors can engage in a number of activities while on their vacation. Because the Cook Islands are known for their white sandy beaches and crystal clear ocean water, many activities are beach-related, including snorkeling and diving, kitesurfing, paddleboarding, and lagoon cruising. For visitors seeking some activity on land, scooters are available for rent to explore; there’s only one road that goes around the entire circumference of Rarotonga - about 19 miles! Visitors can also take a safari tour to experience the interior of Rarotonga: on a bus, or, if feeling more adventurous, on 4WD bikes.

Book your trip early to get the best price and choice of dates. Visiting the South Pacific has never been so easy and affordable.