Cook Islands

The fifteen pristine islands that comprise the Cook Islands are dotted in the vast South Pacific Ocean. Midway between New Zealand and Hawaii. The Cook Islands are split into two distinct island groups  -the Northern Cook Islands and the Southern Cook  Islands. The Southern group includes the two most visited islands of all the islands: Rarotonga and Aitutaki. Diverse and stunning, these two islands complement each other and encapsulate the essence of the ‘Cooks’ Rarotonga, home to the capital, Avarua, was well as the international airport, is rugged and lush whilst Aitutaki is an ‘almost atoll’ boating one of the most beautiful, ‘must-see’ lagoons in the world.

Cook Islands – Know Before You Go

by Suzy Higgs

When travelling to the ends of the earth, in search of that remote paradise as far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life as you can get, it’s important to plan it right. Of course… you can call the Turquoise team and we’ll do everything for you… but  to get you started, here are our top five […]

Top 10 things to do in the Cook Islands

by Lisa Mason

Carrying on with my South Pacific adventures this year, I recently visited the Cook Islands! Having been lucky enough to visit French Polynesia last year, it fabulous to return to this part of the world and understand the differences between the two. The Cook Islands is the perfect destination for those that want more of a […]

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