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Aitutaki ist das am zweithäufigsten besuchte Eiland der Cook-Inseln, nur 220 Kilometer von der Hauptinsel Rarotonga entfernt im zentralen Südpazifik. Es ist leicht zu verstehen, warum Aitutaki so beliebt ist. Mit nur 1.800 Einwohnern bietet Aitutaki eine perfekte Mischung aus unberührtem Strandparadies und modernem tropischen Luxus. Alles wartet darauf, von Ihnen entdeckt zu werden. Jeder Tag hier bringt etwas Neues. Gehen Sie schwimmen oder fahren Sie mit dem Boot hinaus, um in der Lagune rund um Aitutaki eine der 15 kleinen, unbewohnten Inseln zu erkunden. Gönnen Sie sich im Spa eine Massage oder verbringen Sie den Tag entspannt am Wasser, wo Sie von aufmerksamem Servicepersonal umsorgt werden. Vom Fliegenfischen bis hin zum Kitesurfen und Schnorcheln gibt es für jede Sportart einen idealen Ort – und viele gut gelaunte Menschen, die Ihnen gerne weiterhelfen. Wenn Sie sich ausruhen möchten, ziehen Sie sich einfach in die zahlreichen Privatvillen und luxuriösen Resorts zurück, die es auf der Insel gibt.

Interessen

  • Natur
  • Strände

Höhepunkte

  • Kreuzfahrten
  • Strande
  • Lagune mit Korallengärten

Aktivitäten in Aitutaki

Punarei Cultural Village Tour

Discover everyday life at a 200-year-old village site, largely reconstructed to preserve the traditional heritage of the Cook Islands on this enjoyable excursion. After a hearty breakfast in your hotel, meet your local guide, and drive down to the historical site. Once home to the ancient islanders, the village today is a living museum, with reconstructed homesteads, actual ceremonial grounds, and even traditional underground ovens (umu) that were once used for cooking ritual foods. Interact with the local community, who are proud to show you around and share their fascinating oral history with you. Learn about old rituals and traditions, getting to know how the ancient villagers lived, worked, and feasted in times gone by. Try your hand at weaving traditional fabrics and lend a hand in cooking a community lunch in the village umus. Enjoy the sumptuous island feast (or umukai) prepared by your gracious hosts. Share the table with your village hosts and join them for the traditional dances, learning the basic steps. Drive back to your hotel after the feast.

Ru's Lagoon Cruise in Aitutaki

Enjoy sailing down a picturesque lagoon in Aitutaki, go snorkeling, and enjoy a delicious BBQ lunch on this cruise trip. After a leisurely breakfast in your hotel, head out to board your cruise boat for the day with your local guide. Once aboard, enjoy the ocean view and admire the lush flora and fauna along the coastline. Stop by the Aitutaki Marine Resources and learn about the center’s giant clam restoration program on the island. You can also spot these precious creatures in their natural habitat. Spend the rest of your day swimming in the ocean and snorkeling among the coral beds, marveling at the region’s rich marine life. Relish a delicious BBQ fish luncheon served on board, along with delectable salad platters made from fresh local produce. After a satisfying lunch, sail over to Honeymoon Island to stroll along the gorgeous beach and spot the island’s exotic birds as well as their precious nesting grounds.

Explore Aitutaki on Your Own

Aitutaki is a picture-postcard tropical island, with palm trees, warm turquoise waters, coral reefs, and blue skies. Set your own pace on a full-day tour of Aitutaki and its surroundings. Start at the CICC church in Arutanga town, the oldest church in the Cook Islands. It was restored in 2010 with beautiful stained-glass windows, finely carved wood-paneling, and an old anchor suspended from the ceiling. Cruise the island’s crystal-clear lagoon and go swimming or snorkeling at a marine reserve, with giant trevallies, turtles, and coral clusters. At One Foot Island, you can get your passport stamped at the world’s smallest post office. The adventurous could hire a kayak or outrigger canoe and paddle to the nearest islet a few hundred meters away. Learn about Aitutaki’s history, ancient traditions, cooking, and weaving techniques from the passionate and knowledgeable guides at the Punarei Cultural Village. Go on a guided tour of the maraes (sacred places) to experience native lifestyle during the pre-European era.

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