Aitu, An eco-lovers paradise

Aitu, An eco-lovers paradise

Home to approximately 400 proud warrior people, there are few untouched places left in the world like Atiu. Over 8 million years old, our 3rd largest island is one big adventure playground, ancient and unspoiled. Rich in culture and history, Atiu is an eco-lovers...
Aitutaki, A little paradise

Aitutaki, A little paradise

A little paradise means Aitutaki, home to approximately 1800 people and the world’s most beautiful lagoon. It’s only 220 kilometres or a 50-minute flight from Rarotonga. Secluded and romantic, 15 motus (islets) are sprinkled across this huge turquoise, sunlit...
Rarotonga, is like one big resort

Rarotonga, is like one big resort

The beating heart of this little paradise will capture yours. Rarotonga, the hub of the Cook Islands, has so much to see and do, yet remains unspoilt. No traffic lights, no McDonald’s and no building taller than the highest coconut tree. Take a 360˚ Virtual Tour of...
Palm Springs

Palm Springs

If you’re heading to California, be sure to make time for a trip to Palm Springs; you won’t be disappointed! Palm Springs is most famous for being the place where Frank Sinatra had his holiday home in the ‘60’s, where Marilyn Monroe was ‘discovered’, and for sheik...
Unique Lodges of the World

Unique Lodges of the World

National Geographic’s unique Lodges of the World Right now, we are in the midst of a World-wide phenomenon of conscious travel. A concept that is (slightly too political for me to write about) particularly challenging for New Zealanders since we are a breed who love...