The Cook Islands are scattered over 2 million square kilometres and lie right in the middle of the South Pacific. The actual land mass of 241 square kilometres is very small, but what the Cook’s lack in size, they make up in brilliance.
Named after the famous Southern explorer Captain Cook, these islands are a treasure trove from their sandy beaches lined with coconut palms to their mountainous interiors covered with dense rainforests harbouring exotic tropical birds. However, it is not just what is on land that entices visitors to these stunning islands. Unbelievable game fishing lures anglers from around the globe and the diving and snorkelling is world class.
A word of warning though, many who have come for a visit have stayed a lifetime.