The Cook Islands is full of natural beauty and fresh foods. If you are planning a world trip, never forget about this heaven of nature.
Take my greetings from Cook Islands. I am Maria Costello, a local cuisine owner here at the Cook Islands.
For making a successful trip to cook island you need to know something which are important for you. And as you know, a leaned traveller is always the best guide.
Though Cook Island is a remote place, it is not so separated from the world. Whereever you live, you can make your trip to Cook Islands. Contact your local airlines or tour agents as your preference.
How to comeFor travelling out of your own country, there is always an issue of passport and visa. Make them ready for avoiding mess. Though this will help you to have a safe journey to anywhere in the world.
After reaching the Rarotonga International Airport, you will need a plan. A tour is always enjoyable to such a beautiful place, but with a touch of strategy you can make it more intricate and enjoyable.
The Most Amazing PlacesRarotonga and Aitutaki are the places which have the most tourist attractions. The friendly capital, Avarua is our commercial and cultural center.
Aitutaki is the second most visited place in the Cook Islands. You can do fishing, beachcombing, kayaking, snorkeling and swimming in Aitutaki. The local people are very friendly and they will always welcome you with a pretty warm smile.
Tapuaetai can be your next destination, which the travellers call one-foot island. You can bask on its amazing white sands, wade and snorkel in the turquoise lagoon.
Next you should pay a visit to one of the most popular and picturesque beaches, Muri Beach. The water there is crystal clean. You will be able to sea many aquamarine species and tropical fishes through the water.
For finding an ancient Christian church you can go to the Titikaveka Beach.
For exploring Rarotonga’s lush scenery, you can visit to The Cross Island walk.
To watch the sun sinking in the sea, the name of your spot is Arorangi.
If you are fond of books and history, pay a visit to Avarua where you will find The Cook Islands Library and Museum Society. There is also a market named Punanga Nuyi Outdoor Market on the waterfront. On the south of Avarua, you will find the Perfume Factory.
You cannot miss the awesome cuisine here. You will get the chance of tasting amazing local foods in the Cook Islands. Popular and traditional dishes include Rori, Ika, Rukau, and Umukai. There are some famous drinks. Bush Beer, Cooks Lager Brewery and Matutu Brewing Company are the famous ones. Find them if you are over 18.
There are some famous restaurants where you can have your meal with comfort. They are very popular. Tamarind House Restaurant, Nautilius Resort Restaurant, Flammable and Sanctuary Restaurant are the popular restaurants here.
You will find adventures, anglers, pearl farmers and real life Robinson Crusoes here. If you are looking for adventurous comfort the Cook Islands should be in the top of your list.