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The Cook Islands For Outdoor Enthusiasts

  |   By Jen O'Brien

The varied landscapes of the Cook Islands makes them the perfect playground for adventure seekers. From the lush green jungles of Rarotonga to the tiny deserted sandy islets and expansive reefs surrounding Aitutaki, there's plenty to explore.

Getting out on the water is a must during any trip to the Cook Islands -- peer into the South Pacific Ocean's crystalline depths and you'll be rewarded with schools of rainbow-coloured fish and giant clams the size of watermelons.

For a deeper understanding of the islands, their history and culture, a guided hike through the Rarotongan jungle with local legend and traditional healer Pa Teuraa is a must.

Read on to discover more essential Cook Islands experiences for outdoor enthusiasts.

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This article was originally published on May 07, 2013
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