Interesting vacation on Aitutaki

Unforgettable vacation on Aitutaki, one of the Cook Islands. It is also called Araura and is second only to the 15 islands with a population of 2600 and stands north of the largest island of the Rarotonga group. Captain James Cook arrives here in the 70s of the 18th century, and in his honor, as their discoverer, they bear his name. Bookmark and Share

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The best vacation on Aitutaki

They are scattered over an area of 1,830,000 square kilometers in the South Pacific, while their total surface area is only 240 square kilometers. Aitutaki is a coral island with green forests, banana trees on palm trees and coconuts.

Together with small uninhabited islands such as Rapota and Moturakau, it is surrounded by a barrier reef that closes a beautiful lagoon with crystal clear waters. It features a unique lagoon with clear waters that are ideal for practicing almost any kind of water sports.

From the south and east you can see the nearby smaller islands, which is complemented by the bright reflection of the coral reefs in the water. The panorama of Aitutaki can be exhausted with the classic charming view of snow-white sands with turquoise shallow water and tropical palm trees.

Of course, the island is also much more than exotic nature because the tranquil rhythm of life of the local population complements the picture. If you arrive here, you will not miss the old Arutanga Church. Despite its small size, this piece of drought from the South Islands is often a preferred tourist destination. Tourism is also the main industry that feeds local people here. Despite the strong flow of visitors from around the world,

Aitutaki nature remains intact and creates a sense of absolute paradise and harmony. Walking around the island, you should not miss the old church in Arutanga, which is one of the attractions, you should also see and photograph the giant fiches. Tourism is the main means of livelihood for local residents, but despite the fact that the nature of Aitutaki is almost untouched.

The palm-coconut-covered beaches are covered with fine white sand, the seawater is turquoise green, and when all this adds tranquility and relaxation that does not leave the island, it is clear why everything has become so much the subject of dreams. The old church in Arutanga is one of the attractions and you should not miss it.

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