The Beauty of Cook Island
The beauty of The Cook Islands is a must see! It is a nation in the South Pacific, with political links to New Zealand. Its 15 islands are sprinkled over a vast area. The largest island, Rarotonga, is home to rugged mountains and Avarua, the national capital. To the north of the Islands, Aitutaki Island has a vast lagoon surrounded by coral reefs and small, sandy islets.
The deep blue waters and golden sunlight creates a beautiful art for you to admire. Complete your trip with a luxurious stay in the best villas and hotels were you can relax on the soft sandy beaches. Thereâ€™s plenty of ways to get to Cook Islands but the most romantic is by ocean liner. If you have plenty of time and then the best method is probably by yacht. Then you could spend weeks navigating your way around all the northern atolls and seeing the South Seas.
Once you arrive on the Islands you can get around easily. English is spoken by everyone and Cook Islands Maori is the local language. There are special events and festivals throughout the year and you may wish to time your visit to coincide with these. Activities for visitors are many and vary by taste. They include hiking, diving (both scuba and snorkeling), sports and game fishing, cultural tours, bird-watching tours, scenic flights, golf, tennis, squash and lawn bowls. The best arts and crafts can be purchased on Rarotonga as well as black pearls which are a major industry in these islands. If you want to take a night in town then Raro offers a vibrant selection of after-dark activities, whether bar-hopping on a party bus, enjoying the musical talents of a local band or heading out to one of our waterfront nightclubs.
Along with a host of activities, Cook Islands are considered to be one of the most wanted places for a romantic getaway. The stunning views and watching the ocean wave caress the sandy beaches is a sight to see. From relaxing on the beaches to night life, it is all here; so come and stratify your desires by treating yourself to paradise!