Cook Islands: Atiu Island



Introducing Atiu Island

The third largest of the Cook Islands is known for beautiful limestone caves and a coastline of low 6m-high cliffs indented with secluded sandy coves – perfect for a secluded swim followed by a romantic picnic with panoramic views overlooking the South Pacific Ocean.

Atiu is famous for its range of exotic birds including the white-capped noddy, the great frigate, the tavake and the brown bobby – all easily seen at the Takutea Bird Sanctuary. Or spot the rare kopeka bird in its natural habitat at Kopeka Cave in the Makatea Forest – perfect for honeymoon couples who relish eco adventures.

Latest update on this honeymoon destination: 13 March, 2020
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