Despite being one of the most remote places on the planet, Cook Islands are among the most desirable travel destinations on the global map today and loved by people who like privacy. Located in the midpoint between Hawaii and New Zealand the journey itself is a great experience, though you may need a city break on your way; let’s say in Auckland or Sydney. Aitutaki and Rarotonga are the most visited islands but there are other secluded islands packed with attractions. The largest island in the Cook Islands is the Rarotonga, which is a gradient of a volcanic cone.
Let’s see what you can do in this dream destination.
15 Best Things to Do in the Cook Islands
Explore the capital city of Cook Islands
Due to the popularity and beauty of the islands in the Cook…