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Cook Islands
yesterday at 03:00. Facebook
Whose seen this sandbar while they were in Aitutaki? And who wishes they were there now (I sure do).
Cook Islands
11/29/2016 at 21:24. Facebook
Motu 2 Motu Aitutaki begins today! If you're in Aitutaki - check out the action from Ootu beach, better still - see if you can hop on a boat and follow the action. Visit their page for more details. Just to whet your appetite - here's the action from last years event.
Cook Islands
11/29/2016 at 04:00. Facebook
With this years VAKA EIVA officially over, we thought we'd say a big Meitaki Maata to everyone involved. Ka kite, travel safe and we'll see you again next year!
Cook Islands
11/29/2016 at 02:00. Facebook
That feeling of receiving one of these at the airport... And the sweet smell of the flowers.
Cook Islands
11/28/2016 at 09:25. Facebook
Ooohhhh - here's a little competition by our friends Rove & Sam to get you 'cooked' in a little paradise β˜€
Cook Islands
11/28/2016 at 03:00. Facebook
We may be a little paradise in the South Pacific but we have many islands to explore and things to do. Here's just a glimpse of the action or relaxation available acoss 3 of our islands: Rarotonga, Aitutaki and Atiu.
Cook Islands
11/27/2016 at 03:00. Facebook
One of our interns finished at work yesterday. Read her goodbye to both the staff and our social media followers here:
[ Bddy.me Link ]
Fancy a motorbike adventure around the island? I do
Did you know that Manuae and Takutea, two of the fifteen islands that make up the Cook Islands, are uninhabited? You have to be granted special permission to travel here, but if you want to at least catch a glimpse of these islands in all their rare, unspoilt glory, Air Rarotonga Limited flies over Manuae and Takutea en route to Atiu from Aitutaki. Our interns captured these shots of the...
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Rock the boat, don't rock the boat baby. #VakaEiva2016
Another famous face of the Cook Islands, Pa who runs the popular Pa's Mountain Trek either the 'Cross Island Walk' or their tamer 'Nature Walk'.
Relaxing in the lagoon... Yes please.
Photo by Candace Burris
Maybe not as grand as Stone Henge, but still a sacred site for our ancestors, and generations today. Our Marae's (sacred meeting places) were where meetings of importance for the tribe took place, like the royal court or house of parliament.
Bombs away! Diving into #VakaEiva2016 like...
As you already know, our interns were fortunate enough to visit the island of Atiu. They agreed that it could best be described as an ecologist's dream; full of rare birds, unique flowers and various medicinal plants. Fun fact: There are actually more pigs than people on Atiu. #MoreThanJustRaro #InternExpedition
Considering a family holiday to a little paradise? Here's 5 reasons Woman's Day think the Cook Islands are great for kids: [ Bddy.me Link ]
Anyone recognise this familiar face from their visits to the Cook Islands?
Today's Cook Islands Language word is highly important... The word for something we all love to go to... the BEACH. (Tah-tie)
Love a little paradise sunset. Taken by amazing photographer Zhang Da Qiang who visited our paradise earlier this year. Who else has witnessed our stunning sunsets?
We are excited to announce that Rarotonga has a new music festival which will be held annually on the first Friday of December. Join us for the inaugural RaroFest on the 2nd. What's better than a little paradise, a holiday and a music event? Tickets available from Rehab Nightclub OR online at