The Cook Islands is a nation in the South Pacific, with political connections to New Zealand. The 15 islands in the Cooks are situated in the heart of the Pacific, halfway among Hawaii and New Zealand. A haven of freedom with crystal blue waters, white sandy beaches, warm weather all year round and authentic, friendly locals. Under 30 minutes from plane to any beach, it’s easy to do as much you like in the Cook Islands. Get the best cook island tour packages with XploreDealz.
Aitutaki’s main attraction is the large picture-perfect lagoon with clear turquoise water
Muri Beach, Rarotonga
Muri Beach or Muri Lagoon, it is sometimes called, is the most popular and picturesque beaches on the island.
Te Rua Manga (The Needle), Rarotonga
Walking the cross-island track is a fabulous way to explore Rarotonga’s lush scenery. Tracks lead from the north coast Te Rua Manga (The Needle) and then via Wigmore’s Waterfall to the south coast. The falls are pretty after heavy rain, with a pool at their base.
- Poke:- Cook Islands Poke is a sweet and creamy thick dessert, cooked with coconut cream.
- Ika: This dish is cooked up of raw fish that has been marinated in lemon juice (or a mix of vinegar, oil and salt) and is served with onion and coconut cream.
- Rori:- Rori is fresh sea cucumber, served with butter, garlic, and herbs.
- Maniota:- Maniota is tapioca, which is a root product. It is common to fry maniota, and serve them in a similar way you get french fries in North America.
- Coda alla Vaccinara