For endless adventures, stunning lagoons and warm tropical days, look no further than the Cook Islands in the heart of the Pacific. Stay or adventure with one of our amazing partners listed below. For further information email
NAUTILUS RESORT, RAROTONGA
Nautilus offers a fresh new experience to the Cook Islands luxury full service resort offerings. Redefining laid back luxury, and created for resort or exclusive use, Nautilus is ideal for families, couples, celebratory parties and wedding gatherings.
This 4.5 star family friendly favourite, offers 17 Are (Villas; Are, translated means home), with the choice of either Garden View or our popular Beachfront Are, located right on the waters edge of the relaxing Muri Lagoon. Each villa has a kitchette (or full kitchen in the 2/3 bedroom) and your own private salt water plunge pool. The resort fine dining restaurant and cocktail bar overlook the infinity pool. Feel revitalised with a visit to the Thalgo Spa Rituals at Spa Nautilus. Cook Island’s pure beachfront. Return or discover the South Pacific’s crystalline sands of Muri Beach and these Polynesian inspired luxuriously appointed private hotel suites, 2 and 3 bedroom Ares
MURI BEACH RESORT, RAROTONGA
Muri Beach Resort offers accommodation of 20 beautifully decorated deluxe self-contained villas and apartments. The resort accommodation is set amongst tropical landscaped gardens and only steps away from your villa is a magnificent aquatic playground. This is the perfect setting for your tropical island getaway. A relaxed restaurant and bar is located next to the resorts swimming pool. Enjoy a gourmet pizza, or share same tapas dishes.
Muri Beach Resort is an Eco forward accommodation provider, with a great recycling program, UV filtered water (bring your favourite refillable bottle and reduce waste) and 100% off the electricity grid with power generated via solar panels.
COOK ISLAND TOURISM
The Cook Islands is a nation in the South Pacific, with political links to New Zealand. Located northeast of New Zealand, between French Polynesia and American Samoa. The largest island, Rarotonga, is home to rugged mountains and Avarua, the national capital. There are 15 major islands spread over 2,200,000 km2 (849,425 sq mi) of ocean, divided into two distinct groups: the Southern Cook Islands and the Northern Cook Islands. In the north, the popular Aitutaki Island has a vast lagoon encircled by coral reefs and small, sandy islets.
Note; KUPU tourism does not represent Cook Islands Tourism
image courtesy of Sean Scott.
Discover our relaxing destination with these useful links