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Cook Islands Timeshare

The Cook Islands are a chain of 15 South Pacific Island named for the explorer Captain James Cook. For tourists, the biggest draw is that these islands are much like the Hawaii of 60 years ago - a tropical paradise without large resorts, tall buildings, or crowds of visitors. Perfect for a Cook Islands timeshare holiday.

A Cook Islands timeshare will let you see everything these islands have to offer. Rarotonga and Aitutaki are the two most popular with tourists. Rarotonga is the largest island and home to the capital city, Avarua, where you'll find the most shopping, dining, and nightlife variety on the islands. If you stay on this island, you'll want to visit its stunning beaches, catch a show featuring native Pacific Islander music and dance, and tour Te Vara Nui Village, where a two-hour guided tour will walk you through traditional activities for an afternoon.

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Aitutaki is known for the gorgeous Aitutaki Lagoon, a haven for snorkeling,.... Read More

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kayaking, and short cruises to the 21 small islands dotting the lagoon's exterior. Of those tiny islands, called motu, Tapuaetai is the most visited. Tourists can recline on its sunny and sandy beaches, get their passports stamped at the island post office, and watch the hermit crabs scuttle to and from their dens on the beaches.

The busiest time to visit the Cook Islands is in the summer, December through February. The warm weather and hope of bright sunshine are strongly appealing, especially compared with the weather back home for many visitors. However, if you visit a Cook Islands timeshare during the slow season, normally in the spring and fall, you are likely to find some good deals, especially during the least popular months of October and November. The shoulder season is during the winter, June through August, which also happens to be the driest time of year for outdoor activities.

Laid Back and Relaxing

A Cook Islands timeshare can be a great choice for families. The quiet, laid-back atmosphere is a blessing for parents who want to be able to relax and have fun with their kids during the vacation, rather than darting about from one attraction or beach to the next. For kids, the water activities, swimming, and bird watching can be a lot of fun, especially followed by rounds of mini-golf at a place like Cocoputt Cook Islands, not far from the Aroa Marine Reserve, which has schools of rare and exotic tropical fish living in its crystal-clear waters.

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