Cook Islands Travel Articles

 
5 Budget-Friendly Things to Do on Rarotonga
5 Budget-Friendly Things to Do on Rarotonga The Cook Island of Rarotonga is known as an expensive destination, but Larissa Coleman proves otherwise
Tapping into the Traditions of the Cook Islands
Tapping into the Traditions of the Cook Islands Cook Islands may be a bit off the beaten tourist trail, but JoAnna Haugen notes that, for those travelers who make the time to visit, they'll not only be treated to an array of traditions but an open invitation to take part in them as well.
Camping Out Like Crusoe in the Cook Islands – Pacific Islands
Camping Out Like Crusoe in the Cook Islands – Pacific Islands In the South Pacific, John M. Edwards says so long to civilization and pitches his tent on a deserted motu home.
Fairytale Reality on Aitutaki, Cook Islands – Aitutaki, Cook Islands
Jane Cassie relaxes on the fairytale-like treasure island of Akitua.
Of Ships and Sea – Pacific Islands
Thomas H. Booth writes about the best short voyages in the Pacific Islands.
Manihiki Atoll: A Survival Story – Northern Atolls, Cook Islands
As the first visitor to an island of less than 300 people in three years, Rich McIntyre discovers the scars left in the wake of the 1997 cyclone have not faded.
Cook Islands Travel Facts
The Basics Country: Cook Islands Where is it?: Oceania, group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, about one-half of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand Why do people go here?: Play in the sun and pretend you have your own island when you head to the Cooks. A popular destination for travelers coming […]
Cook Islands: Thirteen Years Later
Returning to the Cook Islands and seeing the chang
The Coconut King – Rarotonga, Cook Islands
The Coconut King – Rarotonga, Cook Islands As globalization slowly absorbs the culture of Rat