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Home » Articles » Destinations » Australia and Oceania » December 14, 2001 (Aitutaki, Cook Islands)
December 14, 2001 (Aitutaki, Cook Islands)
Submitted by pablo on 2007-06-22 03:02:11 (via
The Cook Islands are an unspoiled tropical paradise - postcard scenery, ideal weather and reasonable food and lodging. Still, it is generally considered that you haven't really seen it until you get to its outer islands. So if you want to bask in the sun and experience genuine South Pacific friendliness, Aitutaki is the place to go.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-06-22 08:28:19
Thank you so much for the wonderful information. My dream would be to visit Cook Islands and you did it.

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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-06-23 01:26:49
I'm glad I could help you vicariously enjoy the paradise known as the Cook Islands!

- Del
Submitted by lisa on 2007-06-25 02:04:53
oh.. you've described everything with so much enthusiasm, that I imagine the Cook Islands being a paradise..
you mentioned that it wasn't very popular, why do you think it is so? is it because of lack of publicity?
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-11-16 12:18:14
Aitutaki is absolute paradise! The scenery is gorgeous and the culture is warm and relaxed.

While other South Pacific islands are better known, the Cooks are must more beautiful as they are less developed and therefore more natural.

Some tours offer one day trips from Raratonga but I would recommend at least a few days here to fully soak in and appreciate this place of beauty.

Consider purchasing black pearls here as they are very reasonably priced.

I've travelled to many beautiful beaches around the world and Aitutaki remains my favourite.

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