Ask a real world traveller to name their most beautiful place and they will hesitate. It doesn’t take our consultants long; Aitutaki Lagoon in the Cook Islands is officially the expert’s most idyllic destination.
Stand on the edge of one of the Cook Islands’ most serene lagoons and you will be transfixed by the pure turquoise water, the flawless sky, the impeccable sand. It could be a painting, yet no artist – or photographer for that matter – could adequately capture its beauty.
Ask any of our experts for a tailor-made holiday to Fiji, French Polynesia and the South Pacific Islands and you could experience a whole succession of such pieces of paradise. They’d also recommend dining with the locals on a Progressive Dining Evening on Rarotonga, listening to their stories or enjoying a kava ceremony in Fiji.
Honeymooners will find true romance amidst the tiny islets and luxury resorts of Bora Bora, with its extinct volcano. They’ll also find the Pacific climate is at its best during the crucial months from May to September; just perfect for lounging on the sun-deck of a private, over-the-water bungalow.
A tailored itinerary can also lead divers and snorkelers to discover the spectacular. The white wall in Fiji, for example, surely one of the best dive sites on the planet.
Journey to the most beautiful place on Earth, with the experts.
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