Cook Islands Luxury Holidays & Hotels 2024/2025
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Holidays to Cook Islands with If Only

The Cook Islands are made up of 15 tiny islands and atolls scattered across two million square kilometres of the South Pacific Ocean. This is a tropical island paradise filled with crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, warm weather, friendly locals and thousands of years of Polynesian history.

However, the spectacular natural beauty of The Cook Islands is more than just stunning beaches, as breathtaking, jungle-clad mountains cascade to the sea and are perfect for 4x4 drives, biking and hiking adventures. Be enchanted at ‘Island Night’ cultural shows, explore local markets for local cuisines or souvenirs, snorkel through the turquoise lagoons or simply soak up the stunning surroundings from the soft white sands of a pristine beach.

Our Destinations In Cook Islands

Unspoiled islands packed with beautiful beaches and plenty to do, dive in and discover what makes The Cook Islands so special.

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We currently feature 5 luxury properties in Cook Islands

 
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Pacific Resort Aitutaki

Pacific Resort Aitutaki

Arutanga, Aitutaki, Cook Islands

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A 5 star resort on the hidden island of Aitutaki.

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Little Polynesian Resort

Little Polynesian Resort

Rarotonga, Rarotonga, Cook Islands

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An adult-only boutique resort with an intimate personal feel located on Rarotonga's sandy shores with mesmerising lagoon views.

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Crown Beach Resort & Spa

Crown Beach Resort & Spa

Rarotonga, Rarotonga, Cook Islands

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Nestled on the sheltered 'sunset coast' on the West of Rarotonga, manicured gardens lead to the white sandy beach, where swaying palm trees dot the landscape in front of the sparkling lagoon.

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Pacific Resort Rarotonga

Pacific Resort Rarotonga

Rarotonga, Rarotonga, Cook Islands

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The boutique Pacific Resort Raroronga, is superbly situated on 5.5 acres of manicured beachfront with a great range of amenities on offer.

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Te Manava Luxury Villas & Spa

Te Manava Luxury Villas & Spa

Rarotonga, Rarotonga, Cook Islands

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A tropical escape where privacy and independence blends effortlessly with deluxe facilities and a breathtaking natural landscape.

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Highlights

With so much on offer, it’s easy to do a little or a lot in The Cook Islands.

Take a hike

Rarotonga’s famous Cross-Island Track is best experienced as part of an organised group. Although challenging in parts, the views and the scenery make it well worth the effort.

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Explore the lagoons

Explore the lagoons

Aitutaki boasts one of the world’s largest coral lagoons, inhabited by huge clams and shoals of brightly coloured tropical fish. Join a boat trip and spend the day swimming, snorkelling and exploring local islands.

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Faithful and non believers alike are made welcome at Sunday services throughout the islands. Acappella singing, a great community spirit and morning tea afterwards all provide a marvellous opportunity to interact with the locals.

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Useful Information

When To Visit

The Cook Islands enjoy a pleasant, warm and sunny climate all year round. June to August are usually slightly cooler and November to March mark the warmer season, with occasional tropical showers.

Location

In the Pacific Ocean, between New Zealand and French Polynesia

Size

240 square kilometres

Local Time

GMT -10

Telephone code

682

Visa

None required by UK passport holders

Currency

Cook Islands Dollar, although New Zealand Dollars are also widely accepted

Tipping

Although tipping is not compulsory, it is not unusual for guests tip hotel staff members who have been particularly attentive

Vaccinations

None compulsory, please contact your doctor

Flying time

Approximately 25 hours from the UK

Electricity

240 volts, using the Australia/New Zealand 3 pin triangular plug - an adaptor is required

Tourist office

Cook Islands Tourism

Language

English and Cook Islands Maori

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