An ideal destination for those wanting to unwind, relax and discover a unique and friendly culture. The 15 Cook Islands are scattered across the south Pacific over about two million square kilometers, an area the size of India. These Polynesian tropical gems have a combined population of an average country town: about 14,000 unique and friendly souls. The nonstop flight schedule is limited from Los Angeles, we recommend speaking with an Aspire Down Under consultant to confirm dates and to tailor your dream itinerary.

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Cook Islands 8 days / 5 nights from $2,499 per person

Escape to an island paradise in the warm waters of the South Pacific. Step back in time and discover a place which up until now been a long kept secret. If you are seeking a place that has buildings no taller than a coconut tree, a place that boasts beautiful, deserted white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, and some of the friendliest people in the world, the Cook Islands is for you.

Rarotonga Beach Bungalows from $3,199 per person

8 days/7 nights: The accommodation at Rarotonga Beach Bungalows, on Rarotongas spectacular southern coast, sit on a wide, sandy beach. The turquoise lagoon and the coral gardens here in front of the beachside accommodations offer some of the best snorkeling in the Cook Islands. Deluxe accommodation in a tropical island paradise - perfect for your South Pacific honeymoon or a romantic secluded vacation. More..

Pacific Resort Rarotonga & Aitutaki from $4,799 per person

8 days/7 nights: South Pacific combination of the Pacific Resort Rarotonga, stretching one kilometre along the south-eastern coast of Rarotonga, Muri beach is laden with glorious white sand, fringed by palm trees and lapped by the gentle waters of a shallow, safe lagoon. A short flight to the Pacific Resort Aitutaki, limited to just 27 luxurious absolute beachfront bungalows, suites and villas, all with their own personal, panoramic view of Aitutaki's world-famous lagoon and where each sunset majestically colours the ocean beyond.