Cook Islands
photo by Alex Anderson


Hidden in the heart of Polynesia- 15 islands (2 inhabited), scattered across 2,2 million square kilometers. If you are in the look for something unique, untouched by the commercial world, this is the place to be. No five stars hotels, no traffic lights, just nature and friendly people, happy to welcome you.

This is the ultimate romantic retreat. Couples don't just come to spend their honeymoon here, they are doing more than that: they are getting married here. All you need is your passport and your birth certificate and you and your loved one are bounded for life. These is a special experience, and every year thousands of couples decide to try it.

Visit as many islands you can, as each of them is unique. The blue of the lagoons, the white beaches, the tropical flowers and the billion stars that flood the crystal clear sky every night will create the perfect setting for your perfect getaway. You will forget everything about your day to day life and feel like time is standing still.

Don't be surprised if on arrival you bill be given a survey at the airport. Even though it's optional, try to complete it. It will be collected at departure and if you loose it or hand it in blank the airport staff will be dissapointed.

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Cook Islands, Australassia

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