Things to Do & See on the Cook Islands

Whether you are visiting the Cook Islands as a family, a couple, a group of friends or travelling solo there are plenty of things to see and do to ensure your holiday in paradise is one that you won’t forget. It’s also the perfect destination for your honeymoon with a range of activities on offer. You might choose to do a little or a lot! Here are just a few suggestions of activities and things to do to enhance your visit to Rarotonga and Aitutaki.

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Fishing off Rarotonga


If you’re experienced at fishing or a complete beginner then the Cook Islands offers some of the best fishing available. Try your luck at lagoon fishing or even spear fishing; and if you want to try and land something bigger take a deep sea charter out into the deep blue where you can chase yellow fin tuna, mahi mahi and wahoo.

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Lagoon Crusises Cook Islands

Lagoon Cruises

With crystal clear waters and stunningly beautiful lagoons, the Cook Islands are made for crusing and exploring the many wonders the islands offer. Enjoy a glass bottom boat cruise and watch the reef fish swin by as your hosts prepare a BBQ lunch. If visiting Aitutaki an Aitutaki Lagoon Cruise in the exquisite lagoon is a must do.

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Scuba Snorkelling on the Cook Islands

Snorkelling & Diving

The Cook Islands are a paradise for snorkellers and divers who will revel in the abundance of underwater life and colour. Take a sea scooter seafari and explore the many reefs.  For the diver, the outer reefs of both Islands offer wonderful diving experiences for the beginer as well as for the more experienced diver. PADI dive courses are available.

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Sampling the culture on the Cook Islands

Island Culture

Be charmed by the ‘Island Night’ cultural shows, with their skilled dancers and drummers. Head to one of the Island markets where you will discover local craft and hand-made goods, including the Cook Island’s superior quality black pearls. Join a village tour and learn about tribal customs, tribal warfare, and cannibalism before the arrival of Christianity.

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Trekking on Rarotonga

Explore the Islands

Take a guided tour and climb to Rarotonga’s highest point, The Needle, before descending to Wigmores Waterfall for a swim and lunch. Adventure seekers will love getting off the beaten track with a variety of inland adventure tours: from buggies, quad bikes and 4WD to eco cycle tours with local guides. The Anatakitaki Kopeka Bird Caves are a must see.

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Relaxing on pristine beaches on the Cook Islands

Relax & Rejuvenate

Let’s face it, you might not want to do anything at all except relax on one of the many Islands’ pristine beaches. Or why not indulge in a spa treatment at one of the many spas and salons around the island? Many of the resorts offer in-house massages and treatments for you to treat yourself to. You might like to try a stand-up paddleboard yoga session.

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