Journals Cook Islands

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Close to perfection

Created by catsholiday on December 12, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

As part of our tour of the South Pacific we spent a week in the Cook islands. Most of our time on Raratonga but we did do a day trip to Aitutaki which was everything you imagine a South Pacific Island should be.

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Rarotonga And The Cook Islands

Created by ricardo on July 1, 2000 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
6 Stories

More than a thousand miles north of New Zealand. At the same latitude south of the equator that Hawaii is north of the equator. It's in the middle of nowhere. But maybe that's what you're looking for!

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Aitutaki - Absolute Paradise

Created by Jolantka on May 31, 2008

1 Story

Inviting, turquoise lagoon, excellent snorkeling, superb tropical setting

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Cook Islands

Created by Jolantka on May 3, 2008

1 Story

Scenic, warm, superb destination, tropical paradise

Rain in Rarotonga

Created by TazzyJ on July 3, 2006

5 Reviews

Week in the sun without the sun...



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Paradise, Somewhere in Middle of the Pacific Ocean

Created by judicool on June 1, 2006

1 Review

We went for the 10-day trip to see amazingly wild and unspoiled culture. We visited two islands: Aitutaki and Rarotonga.

A Week in Rarotonga

Created by brianestadt on February 25, 2006

8 Reviews
1 Story

As part of a 4-week vacation in the South Pacific, we spent a week in Rarotonga.

Cook Islands

Created by ImN2Fun2 on February 7, 2006

1 Story

Paradise found!

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Honeymoon in Rarotonga

Created by derekanddiana on October 24, 2005

3 Reviews

If you want to have fun in the South Pacific but avoid the big tourist islands, then Rarotonga and the other Cook Islands are for you.

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Winter Break

Created by tough on August 13, 2005

2 Reviews

What a glorious paradise--unspoiled, clear water, warm temperatures--24 degrees, white sand, great accommodation--we stayed at "Little Polynesia", which has its own beach with free kayaks and snorkels. Our accommodation was self-contained but serviced daily (except Sundays).

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