Cook Islands Photos: Spectacular Images of Cook Islands That’ll Tempt You to Take a Vacation NOW
These stunning Cook Islands photos show why this remote nation should be on every traveler's bucket list.
| Published: November 8, 2017 2:15 PM IST
Published: November 8, 2017 2:15 PM IST | Updated: November 8, 2017 2:15 PM IST
Nothing spells an exotic vacation like an island does. How many times have you looked at photos of turquoise waters, white sand beaches, tall green palm trees and imagined being transported to such a spot right away? Our world is home to a number of islands that are breathtakingly beautiful. One such group of islands is the nation of Cook Islands in the South Pacific Ocean. Comprising 15 islands, Cook Islands is a picturesque destinations that will knock your socks off with its gorgeous beaches and splendid weather. It is located between Hawaii and New Zealand and surrounded by enchanting views. Its clean white sand beaches that stretch far and wide are as alluring as its friendly locals and vibrant culture. (ALSO SEE This controversial video of swimsuit models teaching airplane safety on a Cook Islands beach is totally worth a watch!) Here are some stunning pictures of Cook Islands that will tempt you to visit this exotic destination at least once in your lifetime.
A small tropical island in Aitutaki Lagoon in the Cook Islands in the South Pacific
Stack of reef stones against the sky and tropical beach of Cook Islands
Amazing beach with white sand and black rocks on Rarotonga in Cook Islands
Stunning tropical Aitutaki One Foot island with palm trees, white sand, turquoise ocean water and blue sky at Cook Islands, South Pacific
Beautiful tropical lagoon on a deserted island with a boat in foreground
Group portrait of Polynesian Pacific Island featuring a Tahitian dance group in colorful costumes dancing on tropical beach in Cook Islands
Beautiful young woman relaxing on Aitutaki Lagoon in Cook Islands
Family at a beautiful tropical beach with palm trees, white sand, turquoise ocean water and blue sky at Cook Islands in South Pacific
And here’s a Cook Islander shopkeeper in a souvenir shop. Cooks Islands are largely unspoiled by tourism with just 100,000 visitors a year.
That’s a happy teenage boy on a kayak at tropical lagoon in front of an exotic beach in Cook Islands
Mother and kids at a tropical beach on Aitutaki island in Cook Islands
Panoramic view of a paradise white sand beach and palm tree in Cook Islands
The tail of a Humpback Whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) rises above the water against a motu (small island) in Rarotonga, Cook Islands
A hammock hangs between two coconut trees in Aitutaki Lagoon in Cook Islands
Cook Island dancers dancing Ura which is a sacred ritual usually performed by a female who moves her body to tell a story, accompanied by intense drumming
And that’s a Cook Islander with his motorboat in Atoll at the Aitutaki lagoon of Cook Islands. Aitutaki is the second most visited island of the Cook Islands and one of the most beautiful in the world.
Tempted to visit Cook Islands yet? Why not?? It truly is paradise on earth!