The Cook Islands are located in the South Pacific Ocean, northeast of New Zealand, between French Polynesia and American Samoa.
There are 15 major islands spread over 2.2 million km2 of ocean, divided into two distinct groups: the Southern Cook Islands and the Northern Cook Islands of coral atolls. The islands were formed by volcanic activity; the northern group is older and consists of six atolls, which are sunken volcanoes topped by coral growth. The climate is moderate to tropical.
Aitutaki Beach, in the Cook Islands is considered by many to be one of the most romantic islands in the world. The crystal clear aquamarine waters, sublime temperatures and tropical breezes blowing in the palm trees will all seduce you.
As World Travel Awards winner of the 'World's Leading Boutique Island Resort' in 2008, 2009 and 2010, Pacific Resort Aitutaki guarantees you a fabulous experience. And it truly is. There are just 27 divine beachfront villas here that all look out over the world-famous Aitutaki lagoon. Part of the experience here in Aitutaki is getting to know the locals and you can do this through one of the village trips where you can learn about the village life and culture of the Cook Islands.
You can enjoy an invigorating trek up to one of the highest points on the island to take in the breathtaking view out across the lagoon and the Pacific Ocean beyond. And when you are in need of a little break from all this strenuous activities you can treat yourself to a Polynesian massage at the resort's spa complex. The Cook Islands are romantic and calm. The Pacific Resort Aitutaki provides a luxurious place to treat you to a little rest and relaxation.
Photo Credits: Aitutaki, Cook Islands © Przemyslaw Skibinski