Scattered across the South Pacific, the Cook Islands consist of fifteen patches of paradise that are rimmed by sand, fringed by coral and tickled by jade green waters. Ancient traditions and diverse interiors give each island unique appeal, creating an irresistible urge to catamaran between them, from the mountains of Rarotonga to the caves of Atiu, and from the lagoon at Aitutaki to the southern outpost of Mangaia. Here's our Top 10 things to do in the Cook Islands!
Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort, Fiji This 17-acre former coconut plantation on the island of Vanua Levu, an hour’s flight from Nadi International Airport, overlooks Savusavu Bay. Guests stay in 25 thatch-roof huts, or bures, and are greeted on arrival with a coconut foot scrub.
The Cook Islands is a parliamentary democracy in the South Pacific Ocean in free association with New Zealand. It comprises 15 small islands whose total land area is 240 square kilometres (92.7 sq mi). - http://topinspired.com/top-10-most-tropical-islands/