RAROTONGA & AITUTAKI
Rarotonga & Aitutaki
Their name comes from Captain Cook,
the great English sailor.
A self-governed democracy comprised of 15 islands,
in the centre of the Polynesian Triangle with the TONGA and SAMOAN islands on the west and TAHITI on the east.
The largest of these, RAROTONGA has an area of 67 sq. kilometres and 10,000 inhabitants. The MAORI language is spoken by the locals.
At an average temperature of 26 ° C, the year is the rising
AITUTAKI is selected instead of other islands because it is
surrounded by a large lagoon and smaller uninhabited islands,
which are the perfect resting places. Relaxing with sports such as fishing, swimming, diving is offered to you by this island.
It is a paradise as you dream it.
The inhabitants are known for their dances and their music.