Translucent turquoise lagoons, powder white beaches, abundant marine life, rugged nature trails, thick rainforests–these are just few of what await you when you visit The Cook Islands, otherwise known as the “castaway’s paradise”.
Apart from having an up-close and personal look at the island’s flora and fauna, getting to know the local culture is also an important part of your vacation. Mingle with the locals, visit the churches, go to the market, get a Polynesian tattoo, and eat local delicacies.
There’s just so much to see and do in these islands that you’d surely come back for more.
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