This remote South Pacific archipelago comprises 15 small islands, renowned for their traditional, Polynesian culture and beautiful, unspoiled landscapes, encompassing paradisiacal beaches, rugged volcanic peaks, biodiverse rainforests and stunning coral-rich waters.
From scuba diving and snorkeling, to hiking, whale-watching or traditional music and theatre shows, there are a diverse range of activities to keep you entertained, whilst the country also boasts one of the best culinary scenes in the region, along with a wealth of excellent luxury, hotels and resorts.
Experience the paradisiacal beauty of the Cook Islands through its two most popular destinations - Rarotonga and Aitutaki, - and the spectacular coral-rich waters that surround them.
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There are no direct flights from the UK to the Cook Islands. The most direct route is via Los Angeles with Air New Zealand.
April-October is the driest period and the best time to visit.
We recommend a minimum of 6 days.
UK Citizens do not require a visa to enter the Cook Islands for stays of up to 31 days.
Overwater bungalows that hover above an oasis of tropical warm waters.
A pacific island that feels in a league (and sea), all by itself
A Pacific archipelago with jade green forests and volcanic roots play safe haven for scuba fanatics who wish to rest in paradise in-between epic dives.