Picturesque blue lagoons, soft-sand beaches and endless rows of swaying palm trees are exactly what you'll find on this island paradise.
Sitting northeast of New Zealand, the Cook Islands are tropical perfection, with year-round temperatures hovering between 25-29 degrees and water temperatures to match.
There's 15 different islands to explore, each with its own appeal, from the main gateway and cultural hub of Rarotonga to the postcard-perfect beaches and crystal-clear waters of Aitutaki, these South Pacific islands has something for everyone. And we've got a deal to match. If you're looking for a Cook Islands holiday package, just a flight, an island tour or anything else related to your adventure, look no further than the offers below to ensure you're getting the best price.
Fast facts about the Cook Islands
Where is it? The Cook Islands are a small group of islands northeast of New Zealand, about a 6.5-hour flight from Australia.
How do I get there? Rarotonga International Airport is the Cook Islands' main airport. There are direct flights from Sydney available, or connections from other cities in Australia available through there or via New Zealand.
When should I go? The Cook Islands are warm year-round, however the driest days tend to fall from June to August. Avoid the rainy season (December until April) as there is a chance of cyclones during that time.
What should I do? Lounge around on pristine beaches, snorkelling and diving, fishing